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A set of Business Quiz. How much do you know about your favourite and not so favourite businesses around the world? Quiz Master: Ashid Gopi.

A set of Business Quiz. How much do you know about your favourite and not so favourite businesses around the world? Quiz Master: Ashid Gopi.

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  • 1. X founded in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1901, by John Francis Queeny. His father in law was Emmanuel Mendes de X a wealthy sugar factory owner active in Puerto Rico . Question 1 The company's first product was the artificial sweetener saccharin, which it sold to the CocaCola. Through a process of mergers and spin-offs between 1997 and 2002, X made a transition from chemical giant to biotech giant. Identify the company?
  • 2. This former CEO, Jon Rubinstein has come out in the open against HP, three years after the latter acquired ____. Question 2 He said. "If we had known they were just going to shut it down and never really give it a chance to flourish, what would have been the point of selling the company? I think the deal we had with Verizon really hurt us, but who knew that at the time? These things are all hindsight." Fill in the blank.
  • 3. Created in the early 2000s, this interactive search engine had President Bill Clinton as its spokesperson. Question 3 Its name is derived from the Swahili words ‘Hakuna Matata’ which meant – No Worries. Which search engine?
  • 4. X was a monk and cellar master at the Benedictine abbey in Hautvillers. He had pioneered a number of winemaking techniques: being the first to blend grapes in such a way as to improve the quality of wines. Question 4 In recognition of X, a brand of the same name which produces vintage champagne exists, which is currently owned by LVMH. ID X?
  • 5. Question 5 In 1968, X founded X Ltd., a coat shop in the York Hotel in New York City, with $10,000. The first X collection was a line of "youthful, understated coats and dresses" featured at the New York City store, Bonwit Teller. In 1969, he, who was later described as "the supreme master of minimalism," appeared on the cover of Vogue magazine. By 1971, sportswear, classic blazers as well as lingerie were added to his women's collection portfolio. Which fashion magnate had such an accidental and yet such a humble beginning?
  • 6. Identify the logo below. Question 6 This company markets many well-known North American brands, such as Betty Crocker, Yoplait, Colombo, Totino’s, Jeno’s,Trix,L ucky Charms etc.
  • 7. X was made specially prepared for the visit of Queen Margharita in 1889. This modern invention became a craze after the 1930s when famous companies started selling it. Question 7 The circular thing which prevented X from hitting the box it was packed in was patented in 1985 after the application for the patent was filed in 1983. What is X ?
  • 8. This phrase has turned into a metaphor about the power of innovation, and is frequently taken literally. Question 8 There have been more than 4,400 patents issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for new ____________, with thousands more unsuccessful applicants, making them the "most frequently invented device in U.S. history". Fill in the blank
  • 9. There are many companies that would love to hate Microsoft. Question 9 The principal enemies of Microsoft are commonly referred to as NOISE. If N stands for Netscape, O for Oracle, I for IBM, S for Sun Microsystems, what does E stand for?
  • 10. Question 10 X Technologies, Inc., is an software and services company that provides data management and integration solutions. It has supplied its products to the US Intelligence Community and the Department of Defence, amongst others. Recently however, the infamous PRISM program (the clandestine electronic surveillance program allegedly operated by the NSA since 2007) was also credited to the same company. ID X.
  • 11. Send in your answers to: https://www.facebook.com/Quizot OR Respond to contact@quizot.com For more, visit us at: http://www.Quizot.com
  • 12. Quizmaster Ashid Gopi

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