Mobile payments startup Square’s origins have been thrown into dispute after a Washington University in St. Louis professor has filed a law suit alleging fraud patent infringement. Professor Robert E. Morley has alleged that Square’s founders, Twitter chairman and co-founder Jack Dorsey and James McKelvey, froze Morley out from the business. The complaint reads: “The…
Square’s origins questioned
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