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United Technologies is clearly a leader in the various industries it serves. And despite intense competition, it is likely to be an enduring company for the next decade and beyond. Dave feels that its engineers know how to develop great technologies and products. And it also has a solid track record when it comes to acquisitions. Ultimately, this company should fare very well over the long term.
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