Bloomberg: Two Sigma Invests in Startup That Handles Unsexy Side of Data

The conventional wisdom that big data will transform investing misses one nagging detail: working with giant data sets can be a hairy, time-consuming mess.

Two Sigma, the quantitative hedge fund run by David Siegel and John Overdeck, is investing in a startup that’s trying to solve data headaches for financial firms.

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