Tim Empringham

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Facebook Is a Fundamentally Broken Product That Is Collapsing Under Its Own Weight

This story originally appeared on Business Insider<p>In 2008, Mark Zuckerberg laid out his theory about people sharing content on Facebook.<p>"I would expect that next year, people will share twice as much information as they share this year, and [the] next year, they will be sharing twice as much as …

What Brands Can Learn About Storytelling

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>When Shane Snow finished Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2010, he had no interest in getting a job in a newsroom. “I became a freelancer by choice,” says Snow, 29. Having paid his way through college doing everything …

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FORTUNE — As the youngest-ever vice president and general manager of GMF Robotics, the industrial robotics division of automaker General Motors, Keith Krach used his early momentum in tech business to help found Rasna (which was sold in 1995 to Parametric Technologies for $500 million) and Ariba. …

Continuing Its Public Content Push, Facebook Acquires SportStream

Twitter may still be synonymous with real-time, in-the-moment discussion. But that’s hardly stopping Facebook from moving in on the territory.Natch, …

Dwolla’s plan to replace America’s creaky financial infrastructure now includes real-time payments

Dwolla’s mission to build better infrastructure for sending people money enters a new stage today with the first truly real-time internet payment system.<p>Most internet payment companies, like PayPal, Venmo, Square, and PopMoney, make money transmission more accessible to people, but remain dependent …

Is your refrigerator running? Someday soon your bank may want to know

The Internet of Things—a world where most working objects are online in some fashion—promises to change everyday life and boost the economy. But who knew it could make it cheaper to buy a fridge?<p>That’s the conclusion of financial innovation consultants at Capco who developed a theory about how the …