Twitter and Square Guru Jack Dorsey on Steve Jobs, China and More: The Full AsiaD Interview (Video)

The James Franco of the Internet is taking questions.


Creator, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, Twitter
CEO, Square

Expect a deep dive into what makes the future Web work with Twitter and Square founder Jack Dorsey, who is someone breaking new ground as he tears down old digital paradigms. With Twitter, Dorsey redefined the real-time world and how the virtual one communicates; with Square, he is upending the payments arena, even as others try to upend him.

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Some of Our Fave D Conference Videos Before AllThingsD Signs Off in 3 … 2 … 1 …

Tech and media bigs on the red-hot seat.

It’s a Jack World After All: Disney Names Dorsey to Board

When you wish upon a tech star … (I couldn’t resist, Iger!)

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Jack Dorsey’s Holiday Gift to Square: 10 Percent of His Shares

In a rare move for any executive, Square CEO Jack Dorsey has returned about 10 percent of his stake — or about three percent of all company shares — back to the company. The move, which Fortune reported this morning, will expand the pool of shares that Square can dole out to current and new employees, whether they come through normal hiring or acquisitions.

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Square Acquires, and Will Shut Down, Evenly

Square said on Wednesday that the four-person staff of a startup called Evenly will be joining the Jack Dorsey-led company in what is essentially an “acqhire.” The Evenly app, which will be shut down early next year, aimed to help people collect shared expenses from friends and others.

Here’s How Much Twitter’s Top Dogs Are Worth This Morning

Spoiler: A lot. And it will likely shoot up in a few hours.

In “Hatching Twitter,” a Billion-Dollar Company That Almost Wasn’t

The roots of the microblogging service are exposed in a new expository tale from New York Times columnist Nick Bilton.

As Starbucks Chief Howard Schultz Departs Square’s Board, Former Goldman Sachs CFO Joins

The departure and the new addition each raise their own set of questions.

Twitter to Wait Until After IPO to Name Woman — Likely With International Cred — to Board

The number of women with international experience is long, but if I were to bet whom Twitter is considering for its top picks, I would name only two: Condoleezza Rice and Madeleine Albright.

Jack Fights Back: Dorsey Rebuts Twitter Book Claims in New Yorker Profile

The Twitter co-founder presents a different version of how it all began.

AllThingsD Week in Review: New iPads Ahead, HP’s “Pivotal Year” and Women at Twitter

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.