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Apple is truly leading the technology revolution right now, as the largest company in the world with the most consumer-centric products. Sometimes it's easy to forget the other innovative companies operating behind the scenes.
IBM is a prime example. Under the leadership of Sam Palmisano, IBM transformed itself and is currently innovating in a primarily untapped market of creating NASA-like control centers for the largest cities in the world. So, the company that cut its teeth making tabulating machines 100 years ago is now blazing a new trail in "smart cities." Isaac thinks this Buffett stock still has significant room for growth.
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