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Saturday Afternoon #4 Finals

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Saturday Afternoon #4 Finals

  1. 1. O J Quiz Club!! ;)
  2. 2. Welcome to The Business Quiz Finals...
  3. 3. Thank you for waiting.. First step to success ;)
  4. 4. No rules. We play till time permits and ppl dont walk out (whichever earlier) Remember Wiki is always right and hence I am too..
  5. 5. Any clarifications on Q & A must be dealt with me in person later.. I dont like getting embarrassed in front of the opposite sex!
  6. 6. Btw, new system of answering.. Cant type , so I'll explain!
  7. 7. Mujhe MAP(h) Kar Do!
  8. 8. 1a
  9. 9. 1b
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  14. 16. 6a
  15. 17. 6b
  16. 18. Words not Worth
  17. 19. Pall Mall is a brand of cigarettes that were introduced in 1899 by the Butler & Butler Company. In 1907, B &B was sold to American Tobacco and hence Pall Mall was acquired by American Tobacco. The new owners used this premium brand to test out a new innovaion in cigarette design, which is now an industry standard. What? (In Simple words, in cigarette designing, what is Pall Mall the first to achieve?) 1
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  20. 24. <ul><li>The story is that she was the beautiful wife of Leofric III (968 - 1057), Earl of Mercia and lord of Coventry. The people of that city were suffering grievously under the earl's oppressive taxation. Lady A appealed again and again to her husband, who obstinately refused to remit the tolls. At last, weary of her entreaties, he said he would grant her request if she would ride naked through the streets of the town. Lady A took him at his word, and after issuing a proclamation that all persons should keep within doors or shut their windows, she rode through, clothed only in her long hair. One person disobeyed her proclamation, a tailor, ever afterwards known as B . He bored a hole in his shutters that he might see A pass, and is said to have been struck blind. Her husband kept his word and abolished the onerous taxes. This Saxon legend gives rise to a brand A and a phrase B . Identify A and B ? </li></ul>4
  21. 25. This incident is the inspiration for a very famous product. Which product? 5
  22. 26. The original statement was &quot;Je pense donc je suis,&quot; from 'his' Discourse on Method. He uses the now popular Latin phrase in the later Principles of Philosophy. Although the idea expressed in the above phrase is widely attributed to 'him', he was not the first to mention it: Plato spoke about the &quot;knowledge of knowledge&quot; and Aristotle explained the idea in full width. What phrase are we talking about?
  23. 27. Stage II
  24. 28. J. P. Morgan and Elbert H. Gary founded this company in 1901 by combining the steel operations owned by Andrew Carnegie with Gary's Federal Steel Company and several smaller companies for $492 million. It was capitalized at $1.4 billion, making it the world's first billion-dollar corporation. At one time, this company was the largest steel producer and largest corporation in the world 1 +100 -30
  25. 29. Founded in 1996 by Philip Anschutz, this company began in an unconventional way. Anschutz, who owned the Southern Pacific Railroad at the time, began installing the first all-digital, fiber-optic infrastructure along his railroad lines and connecting them into central junctions in strategic locations to serve businesses with high-speed data and T1 services. In 1998, the Southern Pacific Railroad was merged into the Union Pacific, in which it gained access to UP's railroad lines to lay fiber-optic cable for its telecom network 2 +100 -30
  26. 30. + = 3 +90 -25
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  28. 32. 5 +80 -20
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  30. 34. 7 +70 -15
  31. 36. This company’s restructuring plan, made public in 2006, is known as The Way Forward - which attempts to reduce fixed capital costs and hopes to make more of its product line profitable instead of relying on a limited portion of the products for profit. 8 +70 -15
  32. 37. On April 6, 1998, the merger between X and Travelers Group was announced to the world creating a $140 billion firm with assets of almost $700 billion. The deal would enable Travelers to market mutual funds and insurance to X's retail customers while giving the banking divisions access to an expanded client base of investors and insurance buyers. The distinctive Travelers logo, which was also acquired in the deal, was applied to all the businesses within the newly named organization. 9 +60 -10
  33. 38. Founded in 1857, an international aerospace and industrial components manufacturer and full-service distribution company renowned for achieving consistent, sustainable and predictable results. The group consists of three business segments: Aerospace, Distribution and Industrial. 10 +60 -10
  34. 39. This measurement and instrument company headquartered in Santa Clara, California has its roots at the founding of Hewlett-Packard in 1939. This company’s spin-off was the largest initial public offering in the history of Silicon Valley. 11 +50 -5
  35. 40. In August 2007, the band Pearl Jam performed in Chicago at Lollapalooza which was being web-broadcast by X . The band, while playing the song &quot;Daughter&quot;, started playing a version of Pink Floyd's &quot;Another Brick in the Wall&quot; but with altered lyrics critical of president George Bush. These lyrics included &quot;George Bush, leave this world alone!&quot; and, &quot;George Bush, find yourself another home!&quot;. Listeners to the web broadcast heard only the first line because the rest was censored. Although, the company’s spokesman Michael Coe said that the silencing was ‘a mistake’ 12 +50 No Neg
  36. 41. Dominion resources inc Loews Corp Macy's inc Netsuite Inc Realty Income Corporation Ryder Systems Alleghany Corporation
  37. 42. Thank You Folks!!

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