Who is the winner in an industry of innovation?

David Soberman discusses why the average profitability of firms in categories characterized by innovation is high and a rationale for empirical evidence that firms with basic products in innovative categories often exhibit higher profitability than the leading innovator. Image courtesy of David Soberman.

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