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 September 11, 2014  Business

Brian X. Chen and Steve Lohr report:

No one has considered Apple a serious data company, until now.

For years, Apple has offered Internet services like email and online calendars. But Tuesday, with the introduction of health-monitoring technology and a new service that will allow people to buy things wirelessly with some Apple devices, the Cupertino, Calif., company positioned itself as a caretaker of valuable personal information, like credit card numbers and heart rates.

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