WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Board Governor Edward W. Kelley Jr. remembers building a crude data processing system for his business in the 1960s.

Using bulky first-generation computers, the Houston-based entrepreneur created a system to help him manage his metal and plastics manufacturing operations.

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