Ordinarily, companies’ preoccupation with profits means long-term investments and big questions get pushed back. But few companies are profitable right now, which makes this an ideal time for businesses to invest in innovation and make sure they're well-positioned to emerge from the crisis, says Chicago Booth’s Haresh Sapra.

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