I just took my first look at Google Squared in the Google Labs. It is an early stage Beta (works great for some searchs, really bad for others). If you do not know what it does, here is a quick example. You type in a keyword or phrase, say "restaurants Venice Italy". The results are presented in a matrix where the first column is the name of the restaurant (ideally), then a graphic (photo or logo from the website or whatever the listing is that is tapped for the info), then the next columns are where it gets interesting. Perhaps the address or the phone number or the type or cuisine or payment types, etc,. You can then remove any of the columns, except the first of course, and either substitute any of the other possibilities Squared identifies or you could add your own.
Now while this is still in labs it is not an issue in terms of SEO but when and if it goes live you can be certain that companies/website owners will be demanding the top spot. I invite any who read this thread and are interested to check out the Beta, play with it and let come back and share your thoughts on what the future implications may be for this in the SEO universe.