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2009 Best Young Entrepreneurs

Boston-based renewable energy consulting group Emergent tops BusinessWeek’s fifth annual ranking of the U.S.’s most promising young entrepreneurial businesses. The No. 2 spot was taken by YouRenew, the New Haven (Conneticut)-based used electronics reseller, while Cambridge (Mass.)-based specialty paint maker IdeaPaint grabbed third place. The 25 businesses featured in the ranking are very diverse, ranging …
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World's Best Companies 2009

Nintendo has claimed top stop in this year’s edition of the World’s Best Companies/Global Top 40 list, compiled for BusinessWeek by A.T. Kearney. Nintendo’s strategy is emblematic of the other hi-tech companies on the list such as American technology giants Google (No. 2) and Apple (No. 3). Meanwhile, at Spanish textile and retail giant Inditex …
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Best Places to Launch a Career 2009

The big four accounting firms once again dominate BusinessWeek‘s annual ranking of the “Best Places to Launch a Career,” now in its fourth edition.  Deloitte & Touche jumped to the No.1 spot, unseating Ernst & Young who ranked No.2. PricewaterhouseCoopers and KPMG took the third and fourth spots, respectively. The ranking is based on three …
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The 25 Most Innovative Companies 2009

(CC) arquera/Flickr For the fifth consecutive year, Apple has topped the list of “The 25 Most Innovative Companies” in BusinessWeek’s report, produced in collaboration with the Boston Consulting Group. Google, Toyota Motor, Microsoft, and Nintendo make up the top five companies. Meanwhile, newcomers to this year’s top-25 list include Samsung, Volkswagen, and Coca-Cola. The extended …
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S&P/Business Week Global Innovation Index

This list recently began on Business Week.com’s Innovation & Design Channel. It is made up of 25 of the most innovative public companies around the world, based on a Most Innovative Companies annual survey prepared by Business Week in partnership with Boston Consulting Group. The Innovation Index’s rise or fall is calculated at the end …
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