SAN DIEGO -- For many corporations, the big deal about big data is the potential to monetize it for big money. The big data analytics market is expected to grow to $53 billion this year, according to PwC.

But Schwab has no plans to monetize the client data it collects from the thousands of advisors it serves, reiterated its top technology officer, Tim Heier.

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