It is believed that this company is ‘greater than’ any other in its industry. This being manifested through its logo. Which company is being described here?
The products of this company are produced up to a certain level of ‘tolerance’ and the products must have the right amount of ‘Clutch Power’ to be certified as perfect and ready for sale. The annual production of these is about 20 billion per year. It is said that if all of these products produced until today were to be divided equally among a world population of six billion, each person would have 62 of these. What are we talking about?
In the early 90’s when the Indian economy was embracing the policies of ‘Globalization, Privatization & Liberalization’ with lots of uncertainty, there was a group top industrialists of that time, titled _____ . This group was verbal in its opposition to liberalization and opening up of the Indian economy, the point of contention being that Indian companies were not yet ready to face the heat of global competition. This group was led by a charismatic individual who is the chairman of a very famous Indian conglomerate. Who is this individual and also what was this group named?
This group gained visibility by appearing in an Intel advertising campaign for Pentium III and Pentium 4 CPUs as well as Centrino technology. This group also did a commercial for the soft drink Mirinda. In June 2006, Swatch launched a new range of colored watches with the group members as the faces of the advertising campaign. A limited edition ___ watch was also released, featuring all group members throwing paint to each other on the strap. Name this group.
How are the employees of the Charles Townsend Associates private detective agency, which first came to public eye in 1976, better known?
“ When was the last time you did something for the first time” Which famous organisation ran an advertising campaign with the above tagline?
_____ is a fraudulent investment operation which involves paying abnormally high returns to investors out of the money paid in by subsequent investors, rather than from the profit from any real business.
The logo of this product is such that it contains a hidden bear, probably to indicate the place of its origin, which means ‘City of Bears’. The product’s name comes from a portmanteau of the inventor's name and the Italian word for nougat. This product was patented in 1909 in the Federal Institute for Intellectual Property, where Albert Einstein worked at that time as a patent clerk. The shape of the product is also in a way so as to remind the user of the place of its origin. Which Product?
“ I never had a slice of bread, Particularly large and wide, That did not fall upon the floor, And always on the buttered side.” This verse is supposed to be the precursor to a very famous law which can be best summed in the following words : "If there's more than one possible outcome of a job or task, and one of those outcomes will result in disaster or an undesirable consequence, then somebody will do it that way“
“ I Will Always Bleed Purple” Who said this and why?
This car coming from the ‘Ferrari’ stable was named after the founder Enzo Ferrari’s son, who died prematurely. This car was created to market a lower priced, "affordable" sports car. The first brochure described this car as "almost a Ferrari". With the launch of this car Ferrari intended to do battle in the marketplace with Porsche and its 911. This car brand was in production from 1968 – 1976 and eventually closed down due to cut throat competition from rivals and also due to the fact that Enzo Ferrari never concentrated on developing this car brand as his interest lay in the faster, higher priced Ferrari’s. Thus this car brand was labeled as ‘The Ferrari that never grew up’. Which car brand from the famous ‘Ferrari’ Stable are we talking about?
The name of this company means ‘Three Stars’ or ‘Tri – Star’ in the language of the country in which it was founded. This company is very well known for having a ‘No Labour Union’ policy in its country of origin. As the law of the country states that a company can have at the most one Labour union, this company has resorted to the creation of ‘Ghost Labour Union’ in order to prevent the creation of real Labour unions. Although this practice has drawn intense criticism from the countries labor activists, many, actually views this as a case study of why labor unions are bad for economy and should be suppressed at each company's discretion (because this company is immensely successful)
This book written by Ken Folett, gives the true account of the rescue of two Electronic Data System executives from Iranian prison, set against the background of the Iranian revolution, the plot of the book reads as thus: In December 1978 two EDS executives working in Tehran are arrested on suspicion of bribery. Bail was set at 13 million dollars. When Ross Perot, head of the Dallas-based company hears about it, he decides to get his people out no matter what. While the firm's lawyers are trying to find a way to pay the bail, he also recruits a team of volunteers from his executives, led by a retired United States Army officer, to break them out by force, if necessary. Their well-rehearsed plan to break the two out of jail fails because of a prison transfer, and the team has to figure out another way to rescue their colleagues, culminating in a harrowing overland escape to Turkey. Meanwhile, riots and violence dominate the streets of Tehran more and more each day, culminating in the Iranian Revolution led by Khomeini against the Shah, endangering the other EDS employees as well. Name this book
This is the ‘My Blazer for Ipod’ Which company has launched this blazer in India
This girl is the mascot for the department of consumer affairs, appearing in the print notifications released by this govt body under the ‘Jaago Grahak Jaago’ series; providing important information like : Name this Mascot?
<ul><li>The construction of this structure was completed in December 1936, at a cost of $560,000. The structure is such that, the inner sanctum is lined with granite walls and is shielded by a blast - proof door weighing 22 tons. No one person has the combination to enter this sanctum and different people must dial different combinations, which are known only to them, in order to pass through the main door. Beyond the main door there are smaller ‘internal’ cells in order to provide further protection. The structure is ringed with several fences and is under armed guard (approx 30,000). It is protected by numerous layers of physical security, alarms & video cameras along with associated tanks, armored personnel carriers, attack helicopters, and artillery. </li></ul><ul><li>This building has housed many artifacts such as : </li></ul><ul><li>U.S. Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution. </li></ul><ul><li>Reserves of several European countries and several key documents from Western history </li></ul><ul><li>The Crown of St. Stephen, part of the Hungarian crown jewels, to prevent it from falling into Soviet hands </li></ul><ul><li>One of four known copies of Magna Carta </li></ul><ul><li>How is this building known? </li></ul>
The mascot for this product was conceptualised when its (mascot’s) creator was on a visit to ‘ National Zoo & Aquarium, Canberra, Australia’. During this visit he was gently nibbled by one of the animals of this zoo and this coupled with the image of this slightly fat animal sitting down after having had a great meal got his mind thinking and he knew that this was the mascot he was looking for. A personification of fun and sympathy which could be associated with the product. Thus was born _____ the very famous mascot of an equally famous product. Name the mascot as well as the product. (If you get the mascot you will get the product and Vice – Versa)
Hallmark a $4.4bn company, founded in 1909, employing 16,000 employees and specialising in greeting cards, stationery, giftwraps etc. would have probably been an also-ran company and the greeting-card industry itself would have been a fringe industry, if not for an innovation that Hallmark brought to this industry. The innovation has to do with the way greeting cards are sold. What is this innovation?
The dream project of the Late Prime Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi, it was formally inaugurated on 19th November, 1978, by the then Prime Minister, Late Sh. Rajiv Gandhi, on the occasion of the birthday of Late Prime Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi, with its registered office at Gate No.4, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. This Delhi landmark shared its name with a famous mascot of the Asian Games. It was ordered to be closed down on 17th February, 2008 as the efforts to renew its 25 years lease which had expired in 1999 could not bear fruit. Currently a part of the 12.5 acres on which this landmark was located is being used for a new section of the Apex Court. Which landmark?
"What's the Doughboy Afraid Of ?,” was a campaign launched by which famous entity, when its fame and successful growth caused Pillsbury, which owned the rival affected brand, to use unethical methods of fighting competition, such as arm twisting suppliers, who supplied to both the entities, to stop supplying to this entity in question. This was resorted to after their legal attempt to prevent the entity from opening their outlets next to the outlets of Pillsbury’s equally famous brand.
Two very famous words which were cause for many accidents _________
Products which have a geographical indication certificate A geographical indication (GI) is a name or sign used on certain products which corresponds to a specific geographical location or origin (eg. a town, region, or country). The use of a GI may act as a certification that the product possesses certain qualities, or enjoys a certain reputation, due to its geographical origin.
Instructions: Remove hat and glasses. Peer into _________ circle. DO NOT MOVE YOUR HEAD. Project mental image of what you want to find. Click or visualize clicking within the _________ circle . What is this all about?