Starbucks on Wednesday announced a new partnership with mobile payment company Square, a move that will expand cashless transaction options for the growing number of customers who use smartphones to pay for their daily lattes and cake pops. Through the deal, Starbucks customers will be able to use Square’s payment application, called Pay With Square, at about 7,000 participating company-operated coffeehouse locations across the U.S. beginning this fall — in addition to ...
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