Rank Company Country 12-Month Sales Growth (%) 5-Year Annualized Total Return (%) Innovation Premium* (%)
1 Salesforce.comSalesforce.com United States 37.7 29.7 73.0
2 Alexion PharmaceuticalsAlexion Pharmaceuticals United States 46.5 47.6 72.3
3 Amazon.comAmazon.com United States 34.9 26.3 58.3
4 Red HatRed Hat United States 22.6 23.9 58.1
5 BaiduBaidu China 73.9 50.0 57.6
6 Intuitive SurgicalIntuitive Surgical United States 27.6 20.8 54.0
7 RakutenRakuten Japan 18.3 25.8 51.5
8 Edwards LifesciencesEdwards Lifesciences United States 13.1 33.7 46.9
9 Larsen & ToubroLarsen & Toubro India 19.0 -0.5 46.1
10 ARM HoldingsARM Holdings United Kingdom 16.9 27.3 45.4
11 Tencent HoldingsTencent Holdings China 55.8 53.0 44.1
12 Hindustan UnileverHindustan Unilever India 11.4 17.0 43.9
13 FMC TechnologiesFMC Technologies United States 29.8 18.4 40.7
14 CernerCerner United States 24.6 20.3 39.2
15 Pernod RicardPernod Ricard France 7.9 4.3 39.0
16 MonsantoMonsanto United States 18.6 8.3 38.6
17 PerrigoPerrigo United States 15.2 38.3 38.3
18 Kweichow MoutaiKweichow Moutai China 56.2 18.6 37.9
19 InfosysInfosys India 12.7 0.4 37.7
20 Wuliangye YibinWuliangye Yibin China 36.5 5.9 37.6
21 StarbucksStarbucks United States 12.7 13.4 37.0
22 NidecNidec Japan 3.4 7.2 36.1
23 Estee Lauder CosEstee Lauder Cos United States 10.3 26.6 36.0
24 GoogleGoogle United States 29.5 6.2 35.9
25 DanoneDanone France 7.8 0.3 35.8
26 AppleApple United States 48.3 39.7 35.7
27 Procter & GambleProcter & Gamble United States 2.3 3.5 35.3
28 Essilor InternationalEssilor International France 7.7 9.5 35.2
29 Tata Consultancy ServicesTata Consultancy Services India 19.5 14.6 35.1
30 Reckitt Benckiser GroupReckitt Benckiser Group United Kingdom 5.4 5.0 34.5
31 EcolabEcolab United States 47.2 11.9 34.1
32 KeyenceKeyence Japan 12.1 8.5 34.0
33 DiageoDiageo United Kingdom 1.6 9.7 33.9
34 L'OrealL’Oreal France 4.3 4.1 33.6
35 HersheyHershey United States 7.1 12.4 33.2
36 BeiersdorfBeiersdorf Germany 1.1 2.7 33.0
37 Colgate-PalmoliveColgate-Palmolive United States 5.7 12.2 32.7
38 Sun Pharmaceutical IndustriesSun Pharmaceutical Industries India 34.6 22.2 32.7
39 Citrix SystemsCitrix Systems United States 18.1 19.0 32.3
40 Dassault SystemesDassault Systemes France 9.9 12.3 31.9
41 TechnipTechnip France 15.9 12.4 31.8
42 KoneKone Finland 9.9 18.9 31.6
43 FanucFanuc Japan 20.4 14.0 31.1
44 SchlumbergerSchlumberger Netherlands 23.4 -2.1 31.0
45 NintendoNintendo Japan -26.7 -21.2 31.0
46 PraxairPraxair United States 5.8 10.4 30.7
47 Synthes**Synthes** Switzerland 7.8 8.9 30.7
48 Yum! BrandsYum! Brands United States 14.0 18.6 30.3
49 CSLCSL Australia -6.0 15.7 29.2
50 General MillsGeneral Mills United States 11.9 9.9 28.8
51 NetAppNetApp United States 14.6 5.2 28.2
52 KelloggKellogg United States 2.7 1.8 26.6
53 Anheuser-Busch InBevAnheuser-Busch InBev Belgium 4.1 14.0 26.5
54 BRF-Brasil FoodsBRF-Brasil Foods Brazil 2.4 14.7 26.4
55 Ultrapar ParticipacoesUltrapar Participacoes Brazil 6.5 29.6 26.4
56 CelgeneCelgene United States 20.6 3.1 26.4
57 IntuitIntuit United States 9.4 16.1 26.2
58 PepsiCoPepsiCo United States 6.7 4.1 26.1
59 Fresenius Medical CareFresenius Medical Care Germany 6.3 9.7 26.0
60 ICL-Israel ChemicalsICL-Israel Chemicals Israel 13.7 15.9 25.9
61 Unilever NVUnilever NV Netherlands 6.7 7.3 25.7
62 Activision BlizzardActivision Blizzard United States -7.5 6.8 25.3
63 Kraft FoodsKraft Foods United States 4.2 9.3 25.0
64 Johnson ControlsJohnson Controls United States 8.4 -3.4 25.0
65 SMC CorpSMC Corp Japan 1.1 8.3 24.8
66 CarlsbergCarlsberg Denmark 2.1 -3.0 24.5
67 China Oilfield ServicesChina Oilfield Services China 16.6 9.4 24.4
68 Automatic Data ProcessingAutomatic Data Processing United States 8.9 7.7 23.3
69 SaipemSaipem Italy 7.9 9.4 23.1
70 KaoKao Japan 7.8 3.4 22.9
71 LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis VuittonLVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton France 26.5 11.4 22.7
72 Cameron InternationalCameron International United States 15.2 8.5 21.6
73 Anadarko PetroleumAnadarko Petroleum United States 11.8 8.4 21.4
74 SandvikSandvik Sweden 11.0 -1.7 21.3
75 Fresenius SEFresenius SE Germany 7.0 10.2 20.5
76 Schindler HoldingSchindler Holding Switzerland 3.4 16.9 20.2
77 SAPSAP Germany 11.1 5.8 20.2
78 Campbell SoupCampbell Soup United States 0.9 2.2 20.1
79 Sherwin-WilliamsSherwin-Williams United States 11.9 18.7 20.0
80 Air Products & ChemicalsAir Products & Chemicals United States -1.1 2.4 20.0
81 Rolls-Royce HoldingsRolls-Royce Holdings United Kingdom 3.7 10.7 19.7
82 Agilent TechnologiesAgilent Technologies United States 5.5 2.0 19.5
83 Becton, Dickinson & Co.Becton, Dickinson & Co. United States 3.4 1.8 19.1
84 Atlas CopcoAtlas Copco Sweden 17.0 13.3 19.0
85 Sany Heavy IndustrySany Heavy Industry China 32.4 16.0 19.0
86 Zoomlion Heavy IndustryZoomlion Heavy Industry China 33.5 15.5 18.9
87 Novo NordiskNovo Nordisk Denmark 11.5 26.8 18.8
88 Christian DiorChristian Dior France 26.7 7.5 18.7
89 PaccarPaccar United States 42.8 -1.7 18.0
90 General ElectricGeneral Electric United States -2.3 -7.8 17.6
91 Emerson ElectricEmerson Electric United States 3.1 5.5 17.3
92 SyngentaSyngenta Switzerland 9.7 16.7 17.3
93 AdidasAdidas Germany 11.4 7.9 17.2
94 HenkelHenkel Germany 1.8 11.6 16.9
95 IOI CorpIOI Corp Malaysia 11.6 6.2 16.7
96 Air LiquideAir Liquide France 5.1 8.0 16.6
97 Tyco InternationalTyco International Switzerland 3.2 9.0 16.2
98 KubotaKubota Japan 15.0 6.6 16.1
99 DanaherDanaher United States 30.7 7.2 16.0
100 AlteraAltera United States -15.6 10.6 16.0
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