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What is innovation? Why do firms innovate? Give examples of companies and their most recent innovations.

   
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Such companies either do not innovate either due to them not having the relevant infrastructure or liquidity of funds to enable them to compete with larger firms in the industry or the lack of specific resources in terms of manpower or talents. Yet another excuse that a firm may give in terms of not innovating would be their economic or industrial power...
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Such companies either do not innovate either due to them not having the relevant infrastructure or liquidity of funds to enable them to compete with larger firms in the industry or the lack of specific resources in terms of manpower or talents. Yet another excuse that a firm may give in terms of not innovating would be their economic or industrial power...
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