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By Reena Jana
Since 2005, BusinessWeek and the Boston Consulting Group have polled senior executives to create the Most Innovative Companies ranking—and to gauge how companies are investing in innovation. Here, take a look at how global companies are prioritizing their R&D spending during the downturn—and some other findings from the survey.