Square and OpenTable Eye Each Other's NichesBy
Square and OpenTable began their lives by using technology to solve a specific problem faced by small businesses—offering, respectively, an easier way to accept payments and an easier way to accept reservations. That gave the companies a foot in the door. With initial successes under their belts, both immediately began looking for other targets, a tendency on full display Monday as each moved into the other’s territory.
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