(February 9, 2011) Jack Dorsey, CEO and Co-Founder of Square, gives a presentation on his career as an entrepreneur and pulls examples from his life to present to students what he believes is most important in business. He was the creator of Twitter and is no the CEO of Square, which is a new credit card payment device. BusinessWeek has called Dorsey one of technology's "best and brightest".
School of Engineering:
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar:
Stanford Center for Professional Development:
Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
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