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How a nerdy Swedish database startup with $80m in funding cracked the Paradise Papers

Business Insider Wednesday, 8 November 2017 ()
How a nerdy Swedish database startup with $80m in funding cracked the Paradise Papers· *A Swedish database startup called Neo4j was integral to the Paradise Papers leak, which showed how the world's wealthy elite hide their millions in offshore bank accounts.*
· *Neo4j's software enabled investigative journalists to explore the hidden relationships between powerful people and offshore bank accounts.*
· *The...
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