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Wall Street courts startups it once may have ignored

Ignoring the upstarts is seen as foolhardy in an era when many of the best young talents are going to Silicon Valley and not NYC

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ON the first day of a hackathon at the Manhattan headquarters of Goldman Sachs, participants from the Wall Street bank showed up in suits. The programmers from Kensho, a startup that had recently gotten money from Goldman, were there in jeans and ripped shirts.

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