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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Sets Aside $1Billion For Charity And Coronavirus Relief

Square and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said he is donating $1 billion in Square equity to support relief efforts for the COVID-19 efforts. ⁠
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Square and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said he is donating $1 billion in Square equity to support relief efforts for the COVID-19 efforts. ⁠

“I transfer $1B of my Square Equity to #startsmall LLC to fund COVID-19 for global relief” mean (~28% of my wealth) 

Dorsey said on Twitter. ⁠Dorsey said that, after “we disarm” COVID-19, he will dedicate the money to universal basic income (UBI) and girls health and education.⁠ “Why pull just from Square and not Twitter? Simply: I own even more of Square,’ he said.”So I’ll have to keep up with the sales for a while.The long-term effect of this money will favor all businesses as it benefits the people we want to represent.


“I’d rather have a smaller a part of “> a part of something big than a much bigger part of something small.  I ‘m going to get high on Twitter positive!” And then he tweeted.

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