Banks look to spin money from their own data

Big banks are tiptoeing forward with datasets for sale despite a host of internal obstacles

Mark Zuckerberg has faced firestorms over privacy and regulatory issues as well as on the subject of enriching Facebook on its users’ data. Could Wall Street handle its own suite of those problems any better?

It may one day have to. The world’s largest social media hangout drew a wall of vitriol when it became known that the data of 87 million of its users had been leaked. Wall Street, a fortress of calculation and polar opposite of the populist Facebook, is doing its level best to sidestep any

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