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By Damian Joseph
Apple, Google, Toyota, and Microsoft—the corporations at the top of this year's Most Innovative Companies ranking are household names the world over. But they wouldn't have all been winners 10 or 20 years ago. The same may be true 10 or 20 years from now. Who else might be on top? To answer that question, BusinessWeek's partner in the annual Most Innovative Companies special report, Boston Consulting Group, asked senior executives around the world to name an innovator others wouldn't think of. Here they are.
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