NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Jack Dorsey is a year younger than me. That fact alone makes me want to drown myself in a tub of Jack Daniels.
Jack Dorsey founded Twitter in 2006. Of course, he conceived the concept several years earlier.
Jack Dorsey had the inspiration for Square in 2009. By 2010, he rolled out the application. Just a few weeks ago, Square signed a landmark mobile payments deal with Starbucks (SBUX).
I was fortunate enough to appear on CNBC's Squawk on the Street Wednesday morning. I discussed the future of brick and mortar retail with Stacey Widlitz, president of S. W. Retail Advisors.As you watch the video, it becomes clear that Stacey and I run in different worlds. But, that's good. It makes for varied conversation. Surprisingly, the CNBC host I was most frightened of going into the interview -- Simon Hobbs -- caught my drift more than the others. That became evident before I even spoke. Hobbs says what I pretty much had planned on saying to open the segment. While I can't say I blame retailers for closing stores and shrinking square footage, there's a contradiction inherent in Widlitz's notion that "Retailers need to embrace
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