1. We have decided to continue with him as he is synonymous with the brand and network of the company. He was more of an emotional attachment and was also important from the creative perspective. The child was not important, though he would be introduced in the second phase" said HaritNagpal, the business director of the company. Who is he and what is being talked about here?
The Pug in Hutch ads. This was the answer given when asked whether Vodafone would continue with the Pug Campaign.
2. This company which was established by Jesse Shwayder in 1910 derives its name from the name of the biblical strongman _________ . It is believed that Richard Branson never travels anywhere without one of these. What brand am I talking about?
9. The following excerpts are from the April 26th 1996 edition of the New York Times: "Bill Gates gets the credit but somebody else did most of the work'. 'For the first time in this decade something from Microsoft has been shipped on time'.'Regardless of the problems with this one calling Microsoft Support won't help'.?'For at least another year it'll suck." What was the topic of this article?
They named "Pacman" from the PC game, as their Person of the year.
15. The Trans-World Airlines flight 800 crashed near New York in 1996, killing 230 people. There was a conspiracy theory going around that the reason for crash was friendly fire and it was being covered up by the US government. Pierre Salinger, a former White House secretary, claimed, stupidly, as it turned out, a few months after the accident that he had proof the conspiracy theory was true. This incident led to the coining of a term "Pierre Salinger sydrome". What does one with this syndrome do ?
____ was originally southern and Irish slang for homemade whiskey, or poitín as it is called in Ireland. .In fact, the name _____ is slang for "moonshine." It was born way back in the hills of Tennessee in the 1940s. The name ____ was first trademarked by two brothers, Barney and Ally Hartman, who ran a bottling plant in Knoxville.