What Does an Obama Presidency Mean for Tech?

S&P analysts look at how the President-elect's policies could affect the sector. Among the potential winners: Google and HP

Before he became President-elect of the U.S., Barack Obama, who ran on a platform of change, pledged a number of things. In terms of technology, he vowed on his Web site to "ensure an open Internet, create a transparent and connected democracy, encourage a modern communications infrastructure, improve America's competitiveness, and employ science and technology to solve our nation's most pressing problems."

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