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The Most Innovative Companies of 2013

The folks at Nike were not happy with Fast Company at this time last year. After appearing on our Most Innovative Companies ranking for four years, they weren't included. Neither were several other perennials, including GE and Disney. It's not that these businesses suddenly lost their mojo. But in a climate where the velocity of change is accelerating, these companies didn't have a compelling-enough breakthrough for us to highlight. The companies that did make this year's list illustrate how in the Age of Flux continuous improvement, speed of change, and breadth of ambition are more important than ever.

winners by rank

22

Tesla Motors,

Tesla Motors,

Mahindra Reva

Mahindra Reva

For catering electric cars to new audiences

32

GitHub,

GitHub,

Parse

Parse

For speeding up the pace of software development

34

Dexcom,

Dexcom,

Proteus Digital Heal...,

Proteus Digital Health,

GE Healthcare

GE Healthcare

For turning our blood-streams into data feeds that can make us healthier