Britain's Most Admired Companies 2012: Capacity to innovate

Staying ahead of the curve can pave the way for future success - nobody can afford to stand still. Here, the top ten firms are ranked according to their capacity to innovate.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

BMAC: Top 10 rated by their capacity to innovate.

1 Tullow Oil 9
2 BG Group 8.8
2 Petrofac 8.6
4 AZ Electronic Materials 8.58
5 Johnson Matthey 8.55
6 Rolls-Royce 8.5
7 Rotork 8.5
8 BSkyB 8.43
9 Paddy Power 8.22
9 Rightmove 8.22

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