The Next Big Lift?

Tim Bourgaize Murray explores opportunities for brokers to take on more of buy-side firms' data management burden.

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Your phone provider tracks your location. The fridge can ping you when you’re low on milk. Your watch asks you to take a minute and breathe. Cars will soon drive us around by themselves. Yes, the Internet of Things requires massive leaps of innovation in 2017, but at its core there’s still a human choice—to augment the relationship we’ve once had with these machines, and the companies that build them. The reasons aren’t hard to see: cheaper, easier, healthier all come to mind. Automatic. And

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