Business-focused network will favor data scraped from the Web

02/12/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A business-focused networking site called Relationship Science aims to use public data to create "the ultimate business Who's Who," Andrew Ross Sorkin writes. The subscription-based site could have an edge on social networks such as LinkedIn and Facebook because it auto-populates with data scraped from the Web, rather than requiring people to sign up, allowing it to create a more exhaustive database of business leaders, Sorkin writes. The service could also allow users to find more potential intermediaries to the people they want to contact.

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