Investing in technology - a battle of good and evil

Investing in technology today is rather like the ‘Star Wars’ saga. While it has the redemptive potential of the Light Side, there is also a Dark Side. So, how do investors identify the ‘good’ tech companies and those that are not only ethical, but that will be successful in the long term?

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