Starbucks Starts Selling Square Mobile Card Readers

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3:22 PM EDT January 3rd, 2013

Starbucks announced today that it will start selling Square mobile care readers at many of its 7,000 locations, reports VentureBeat.

Square received $25 million from Starbucks in August, and the coffee company began accepted Square Wallet payments in November.

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