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Square Wants to Fight Racism. First, It Should Examine Its Own Business Model

To effect social change, companies need to talk about money — how they make it and how it might reinforce racial disparities.

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Suddenly, American business has never been more concerned about racism. While it’s heartening to see proclamations of support…

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