For the third consecutive year, Business Week has named Apple the "Most Innovative Company" (they beat 2nd place Google with double the votes). Data was collected late last year from the top 10 executives at the world's 1,500 largest corporations.* While acknowledging the accomplishment, Business Week wonders how long their reign will last:
"Now that [Apple is] invading the living room and the cell-phone market, will it continue the winning streak?"
If the iPhone is a real out-of-the-park home run (a lot seems to be riding on that little device, no?), then 2008 could be Apple's fourth straight year on the top of that list.
*Determined by market capitalization in U.S. dollars.