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How Finance Brands Like Goldman Sachs Use Content to Build Trust and Win Customers
April 24th, 2017 by Contently
It’s no secret that trust in the financial sector took a hit after the 2008 financial crisis. This is particularly true among millennials, who, in 2016, overtook baby boomers as the largest generation. More than any previous generation, millennials have shown reluctance to engage with the finance industry...

The 6 Most Important Social Media Trends of 2017
April 21st, 2017 by Contently
Social media—once a competitive, dynamic space—has gotten predictable. Facebook added a hundred million users in a quarter? What else is new? Facebook is in trouble for failing to stop fake news, extremist messages, and child pornography? Par for the course. Facebook shamelessly copied another Snapchat...
Facebook is Working on a Way to Let You Type with Your Brain
April 20th, 2017 by The Verge
Facebook today unveiled a project from its secretive Building 8 research group that’s working to create a brain-computer interface that lets you type with your thoughts. Regina Dugan, a former director of DARPA and the ex-head of Google’s experimental ATAP research group, announced the news today onstage at Facebook’s F8 developer conference.
Facebook Plans on Offering a Free Version of its Slack Competitor
April 19th, 2017 by The Verge
Facebook’s team collaboration software, Workplace, is getting a free version anyone can sign up for. The company is calling the tier its standard version, and it’s currently testing it with a select group of users with a plan to roll it out later this year for any group that’s eager to sign up. The freemium move emulates...
Mark Zuckerberg on Fake News, Free Speech, and What Drives Facebook
April 18th, 2017 by Fast Company
When Fast Company first wrote about Mark Zuckerberg, in the spring of 2007, he was just 22 years old and his young company, Facebook, had just 19 million users. Our magazine cover line, “The Kid Who Turned Down $1 Billion,” seems almost quaint in hindsight, given Facebook’s $400 billion market cap today and its 2 billion global users. But it was Zuckerberg’s first cover...
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