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Industry-focused regulations are a bigger driver of IT spending than executive orders.
Despite the threat of sequestration, UBS is positive on some of the biggest defense contractors.
Automatic spending cuts known as sequestration will hit March 1 unless Congress and the White House can agree on a new spending plan. Markets are betting the cuts won't take place -- and could be rattled if they do.
Commercial drones, 3-D printers, self-driving cars . . . the tools coming out of the virtual revolution will be used to take the world -- and tech investing -- to promising new places.
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