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The Business Quiz (Finals)- NSIT Quiz Fest 2013

  1. 1. NSIT Quiz Fest - 2013THE BUSINESS QUIZ - FINALS
  2. 2. Pointers The decision of the Quiz Master is binding in all aspects for the duration of the quiz. That’s all this slide is meant for. Guidelines, wherever necessary will be provided by the Quiz Master. You co-operation is appreciated. 
  3. 3. The Infinite Bounce – 1 [CW]
  4. 4. 1. Fredric John Baur (June 14, 1918 – May 4, 2008) was a American chemist and food storage technician who was known for his development of frying oils and freeze-dried ice cream. However his most notable work was ______________. Baur filed for a patent for the same, and it was granted in 1970. Moreover, as requested by Baur, something special was done with regard to this invention after his death. FITB and give the funda.
  5. 5. Answer For designing and patenting the tubular Pringles container and for the method of packaging the curved, stacked chips in the container in 1966. His ashes were kept in a Pringles can on his request.
  6. 6. 2. Here is an interesting theory on why Amazon has priced its kindle so low. According to Wayne Lam, an analyst at IHS iSuppli, Amazon is hoping that the device encourages users to buy more products and services from the company, making up for the upfront losses. This is a version of the “Y-Z" model in which Procter & Gamble sells Y at a loss and makes up the difference from profitable sales of Z later, Lam explained. Give me the Y-Z theory propounded thus.
  7. 7. Answer The Razor-Blade Theory They sell razors very cheap so that they can earn their profits from the increased sales of the blades later.
  8. 8. 3. Stevens Aviation had been using the slogan, “Plane Smart” for a year before Southwest unknowingly began using the slogan “Just Plane Smart” in an ad campaign. Both of the companies agreed to a friendly contest to decide the rights to the slogan as they thought it would cost too much time and money in lawyers and fees. They proposed that they settle it by each company sending its top warriors to battle it out. What was proposed? The contest was to be conducted in a best two out of three matches format and the winner would win the rights to the slogan–and the loser would donate five thousand dollars to a charity of the winner’s choice.
  9. 9. Answer An Arm-Wrestling Match between the two CEOs The two companies’ CEOs took part in a one- on-one arm-wrestling competition before employees and media. Southwest Airlines ended up losing and its CEO blamed it on a hairline fracture and a cold he was suffering from.
  10. 10. 4. X’s factory was designed and built by Ray Meeker, a low cost ecological building expert. The factory includes ponds, waterfalls and streams built into the layout. No asbestos is used anywhere in the factory and all the waste water at the factory goes through filtration and is reused. All waste material is also separated and reused or sold for reuse. Give X. <Image on next slide>
  11. 11. Answer
  12. 12. 5. This company was originally founded as an aircraft manufacturer in 1934 by James ______. The factory was set up in the late 1920s, where four aircraft prototypes were designed and built - the MB1, MB2, MB3 and MB5. During the design and testing of the MB 1 aircraft, James ______ and Captain Valentine _____ started their friendship and partnership. Today, this company is a supplier to 93 air forces worldwide. Name the company or the product it specializes in.
  13. 13. Answer Martin-Baker Aircraft Co. Ltd Ejection seats for aviation
  14. 14. 6. Franco Bordoni ________(January 10, 1913 – September 15, 1975) was an Italian aviator and racing car driver. He is one of the top-scoring aces of Regia Aeronautica, with 19 air victories. His nickname was "Robur" ("strength" in Latin) and this was painted on most of his aircraft and racing cars. He won the Medaglia dOro al valor Militare three times during World War II and the Iron Cross (2nd class). His name is more famous in the Indian context due to his grandfather and almost used as a generic name for a product.
  15. 15. BisleriHis grandfather was Felice Bisleri.
  16. 16. 7.He was extremely popular with the public and a successful businessman until hemade a speech at the Institute of Directors on April 23, 1991. During the speech, hecommented:“We also do cut-glass sherry decanters complete with six glasses on a silver-platedtray that your butler can serve you drinks on, all for £4.95. People say, "How can yousell this for such a low price?", I say, "because its total crap.”He compounded this by going on to remark that some of the earrings were "cheaperthan an M&S prawn sandwich but probably wouldnt last as long." After the speech,the value of the his group plummeted by around £500 million, which very nearlyresulted in the firms collapse.Today, his speech is still famous in the corporate world as an example of the value ofbranding and image over quality. Such gaffes are now sometimes called “X", and hehimself has acquired the sobriquet "The Sultan of Bling".He has said in his defence that it was a private function which he did not expect to bereported, and that his remarks were not meant to be taken seriously.
  17. 17. Answer Gerald Ratner Doing a Ratner
  18. 18. 8. The company was founded in 1953 by three brothers, Juan, José and Vicente ______, in the village of Almàssera near Valencia. Starting with items such as vases and jugs, it wasnt until 1956 that they started producing the products for which they are now most famous. The manufacturing ingredients of the product are kept under tight guard. The process is detailed in a number of _______ publications and is fully on view for tour groups and individuals at the city. The products are made out of an original blend of hard-paste porcelain, which gives the products their unique porcelain characteristics. The glaze ingredients also add to the look and is an industry secret. <Pic on Next Slide>
  19. 19. Answer Lladro/Lladro figurines
  20. 20. The Infinite Bounce – 2[ACW]
  21. 21. 1. Connect
  22. 22. Answer: Moet and Chandon(French Winery) Dom Perignon, after whom one of their most famous champagnes is known Roger Federer- Brand Ambassador Napoleon- They maintained connections with Napoleon, they also made their first shipment of Brut Impereal Champagne on his birth centenary Louis Vuitton- They are the co-owners of the luxury goods company Moët-Hennessy • Louis Vuitton. (LVMH)
  23. 23. 2. In 1928, a Filipino American named Pedro Flores opened the ______ Manufacturing Company in Santa Barbara, California. By November 1929, Flores was operating two additional factories in Los Angeles and Hollywood, employing 600 workers and producing 300,000 units daily. In 1929, an entrepreneur named Donald F. Duncan recognized the potential of this new fad and purchased the Flores ______ Corporation and all its assets, including the Flores name, which was transferred to the new company in 1932 – the same year that the name ______ was first registered as a trademark and Harvey Lowe won the first World ______ Contest in London. FITB.
  24. 24. Answer Yo-yo
  25. 25. 3. X used to work in his father’s business founded in 1956. Having gained experience there, he moved to moved to Abu Dhabi where he set up his first outlet in 1987, thus making his group the first branded group in the Gulf to deal in such products. The X group then shifted their headquarters to Kochi. Today, the X group has branched out from their original products and is involved in services such as an internet radio station, luxury air charter services, and malls. X?
  26. 26.  Joy Alukka of Joyalukkas fame
  27. 27. 4. Founded by Charles Lewis ________ , and John B. Young in 1837, it started out as a stationery emporium. In 1862, it supplied the Union Army with swords, flags and surgical instruments. In 1877, an insignia that would become the famous New York Yankees "NY" logo was struck on a medal of honor by the company. The Yankees adopted the logo in 1909. Which company?
  28. 28. Answer Tiffany and Co
  29. 29. 5. According to Johnson & Johnson, “The origins of the brand name X are unknown. Two popular hypotheses are that it was created in the state of Y, USA , hence ‘X’ , or that the letters represent the key ingredients used to make _______ , neither of which are proven.” Interestingly, X has also found use in the horror movie industry. Give X.
  30. 30. Answer X – K-Y Jelly Y- Kentucky KY Jelly is used in the movie industry to create a slimy appearance for monster puppet effects.
  31. 31. 6. The man in the picture(next slide) is an Indian storeowner, who is receiving some heat for his new clothing store, called X. He even thought itd be cheeky if the dot in the I had a little Y symbol. The store sells mens clothing, and has created quite a stir in the ____ community due to the strange choice of name and marketing. Members of the community tried to get him to change the branding and name, but he said that hes spent $2700 on marketing, and the only way hed reconsider is if someone paid him enough to make up that money.
  32. 32. 2.
  33. 33. Answer
  34. 34. 7. The pivotal point of an urban legend, which also served as the premise for the inception speech of a famous Indian College President/ Dean, this pen from the company X has been dubbed the Y Pen. It comes in the AG7 model, Millennium model and Bullet model and is advertised as the everlasting pen if the use is “average”. In 2008, Gene CernansY pen sold in a Heritage auction for US$23,900. Give me X and Y.
  35. 35. Answer Y – Space Pen/Anti-Gravity Pen X - Fisher
  36. 36. 8. The X stadium has hosted three Super Bowl games: Super Bowl XXII in 1988, 1998, andI in 2003. It has also hosted the1978 and 1992 Major League Baseball All-Star Games, the 1984 and 1998 National League Championship Series, and the 1984 and 1998 World Series. It is the only stadium ever to host both the Super Bowl and the World Series in the same year (1998). It is one of three stadiums to host the World Series, MLB All-Star Game, and Super Bowl. It was earlier called the Jack Murphy or the San Diego Stadium. In Dec 2011 and January 2012, the company X decided to temporarily change the name of the stadium to Y which was one of it’s upcoming and major products. The San Diego mayor’s office deemed the name change to be illegal but the advertisement had been done by that time. Id the company X and their product Y.
  37. 37. Answer Qualcomm, Snapdragon
  38. 38. The Ad Round Consists of 6 questions. Written Round. +5 for every right answer. No negatives.
  39. 39. 1. Services saw a jump of 45%. Dot-com domain sales rose 40%. New mobile customers increased by 35%. The company added 10,000 customers in total. Which company am I talking about? And what exactly led to these figures?
  40. 40. 2.
  41. 41. 3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7pijrAOL dg
  42. 42. 4.
  43. 43. 5. In 1999, name recognition was one of the main problems facing X, an eBay-esque online marketplace that allows people to sell used items for fixed prices without the hassle of an auction. "There is such a dot-com clutter out there," CEO Joshua Kopelman said at the time. "We wanted to do something innovative to get some visibility in the crowd.” That something turned out to be giving the 360-person town of Halfway, Oregon, $100,000 and a new computer lab to rename itself X for one year. When media outlets picked up the story, X (both town and Web site) got some much-needed publicity. Within weeks of its launch, the site was covered by the Today show, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times. Time magazine even called the renaming arrangement "one of the greatest publicity coups in history.“ Snapdeal followed this model in the renaming of Hari Nagar as Snapdeal Nagar as a part of their CSR initiative.
  44. 44. 6.
  45. 45. Answers Exchange your sheets please.
  46. 46. 1. Services saw a jump of 45%. Dot-com domain sales rose 40%. New mobile customers increased by 35%. The company added 10,000 customers in total. Which company am I talking about? And what exactly led to these figures?
  47. 47. GoDaddyThe 2013 SuperBowl Ad
  48. 48. 2.
  49. 49. Q.3 <Video>
  50. 50.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7pijrAOL dg
  51. 51. 4.
  52. 52. Reynold’s Permanent Markers
  53. 53. 5. In 1999, name recognition was one of the main problems facing X, an eBay-esque online marketplace that allows people to sell used items for fixed prices without the hassle of an auction. "There is such a dot-com clutter out there," CEO Joshua Kopelman said at the time. "We wanted to do something innovative to get some visibility in the crowd.” That something turned out to be giving the 360-person town of Halfway, Oregon, $100,000 and a new computer lab to rename itself X for one year. When media outlets picked up the story, X (both town and Web site) got some much-needed publicity. Within weeks of its launch, the site was covered by the Today show, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times. Time magazine even called the renaming arrangement "one of the greatest publicity coups in history.“ Snapdeal followed this initiative in the renaming of Hari Nagar as Snapdeal Nagar as a part of their CSR initiative.
  54. 54. Answer
  55. 55. 6.
  56. 56. Answer
  57. 57. Guess Who?
  58. 58. 1. On September 8th 2006, a certain group of people launched SportsMechanics which marked a hard fought and exciting 6 year Journey for Subramanian Ramakrishnan "Ramky", Director/Founder of SportsMentor. As a Coach who wanted to bring in scientific tools in the coaching methodologies into the game, Ramky became a pioneer in introducing Video Analysis solutions in the sub continent as early as year 2000 by introducing Silicon Coach Motion Analysis Software. This company got its big break in 2003 when the then Indian coach John Wright invited him to address the level 3 coaches and then to help the Indian team. However, a majority stake in the company is jointly owned by X and Y. X holds 35% stake of Sports Mechanics while Y holds 25% and Ramakrishnan holds over 38%. X and Y please.
  59. 59. X - Anjali Tendulkar, Y - AartiSehwag
  60. 60. 2. Whosefamily?
  61. 61. Answer:
  62. 62. 3. The Polo Lounge is an outdoor restaurant with spectacular views of the Margalla Hills in __________s upmarket Saidpur Village. It attracts the whos who of the city. Its the second in a chain of restaurants started by X, who has a degree in hospitality management from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. The first Polo Lounge came up at a polo club in ________ (Different) 11 years ago. The restaurant bears the aristocratic stamp of X, who comes from a wealthy, land-owning family. These days, though, the business is more or less run by her partner Asma Ramday, daughter-in-law of a retired supreme court judge. Who owns the Polo Lounge?
  63. 63. Hina Rabbani Khar
  64. 64. 4.
  65. 65. 5. Vilamoura resort in Central Algarve, is the biggest private tourism resort in Europe and is one of the most prestigious in Portugal. Although fairly far removed from the traditional Algarve, the purpose-built leisure resort of Vilamoura offers accommodation to suit all tastes - luxury hotels, privately owned villas and apartments on the golf course complexes, and a wide range of hotels and apartments near the marina. X’s Bar Sete (bar seven) is on Vilamoura’s marina front. During the day, although it can get quite busy, its really a very peaceful area to stroll around. It gets more lively at night, with everyone coming to eat and try out some of the bars, but is still a very relaxed resort. <Picture on Next Slide>
  66. 66. Luis Figo
  67. 67. 6. He is very serious about the environment. In 1995, the he began developing oil separation machines from a patent he purchased from the government. He also purchased the company Ocean Therapy Solutions for $24 million, which specializes in centrifugal oil-water separations. The company and the machines didnt get much attention until the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill from 2010. The government used six of his oil-water separation machines to test their effects and after seeing results, BP leased 32 machines. But its not all serious all the time, he also owns a casino in South Dakota.
  68. 68. Kevin Costner
  69. 69. Megaconnect 12 Questions Written +5 for each individual correct answer. No negatives.
  70. 70. 1. Ad by ? (+45/-30)
  71. 71. 2. (+42/-28) J. P. Morgan and the attorney Elbert H. Gary founded X in 1901 (incorporated on February 25) by combining Andrew Carnegies company with Garys company and William Henry "Judge" Moores company for $492 million ($13.74 billion today). It was capitalized at $1.4 billion ($39.11 billion today), making it the worlds first billion-dollar corporation. X sponsored The X Hour television program from 1945 until 1963 on CBS. It also built both the Disneys Contemporary Resort and the Disneys Polynesian Resort in 1971 at Walt Disney World, in part to showcase its residential steel building "modular" residential products to high-end and luxury consumers. In the film The Godfather Part II, Hyman Roth tells Michael Corleone, "Michael, were bigger than X". The statement was a paraphrase of longtime mob kingpin Meyer Lansky. Which company are we talking about ?
  72. 72. 3. X ? (+39/-26) X is a U.S.A. software company based in San Mateo, CA founded by Larry Ellison and one of his early employees, Evan Goldberg.. The company markets cloud-based software-as-a-service integrated business management software. At one point, X was named Oracle Small Business Suite.
  73. 73. 4. (+36/-24) Many of Xs predecessor product lines were developed by Hewlett-Packard. HP labs was divided into two central labs when X was carved out of HP in 1999. In 1999, the product lines not directly connected with computers, storage, and imaging were grouped into a separate company , the stock of which was offered to the public in an initial public offering. X’s IPO may have been the largest in the history of Silicon Valley at the time. The company thus created in 1999 was an $8 billion company with about 47,000 employees, manufacturing scientific instruments, semiconductors, optical networking devices, and electronic test equipment for telecom and wireless R&D and production.
  74. 74. 5.(+33/-22) XY is a United States-based holding company that operates multiple wire line and wireless networks serving consumer, business and government customers in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands primarily under the X brand. XY, through its various subsidiaries, also offers services under the Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile and Assurance Wireless brands. X is a tier 1 global Internet access service provider. XY is the United States third largest long distance provider by subscribers and as of 2012, serves more than 55.6 million customers. XY traces its origins to the Brown Telephone Company, which Cleyson L. (C.L.) Brown and Jacob Brown founded in 1899 to deploy telephone service to the rural area around Abilene, KS. Prior to 2005, the company was known as X Corporation. The company took its current name, “XY Corporation", when it merged with Y Communications that year.
  75. 75. 6.(+30/-20)
  76. 76. 7. (+27/-18) The headquarters of this company are located in Battle Creek, Michigan. It’s primary product were created and sold in 1895 as a product called “granose.” The product was discovered by accident while cooking some wheat for a type of granola. The wheat had gone stale so Harvey and his brother forced the wheat through rollers. It was the first company to use television advertising as it’s dominate feature for advertising. It decided to drop swimmer Michael Phelps from his endorsement deal because he was caught smoking dope. Which company are we talking about?
  77. 77. 8. Id the person. (+24/16)
  78. 78. 9. (+21/-14) In 2009, X was named the “Massachussetts Scrooge of the Year” due to an incident in August of the same year in which three Boston branches of X laid off their entire housekeeping staffs, outsourcing the work to a Georgia-based company. The housekeepers, who were fired without previous notice although some of them had worked for X for over 20 years, became collectively known as the X 100.
  79. 79. 10. (+18/-12) Among many US marketing professors, the story of the Y is considered the classic brand failure of all time. Dubbed ‘the Titanic of automobiles’, the Y is certainly one of the biggest branding disasters to afflict the X. Firstly X built an unrealistic amount of hype for the product, one they could not live up to. X also joined forces with the CBS television network, to run a one-hour special called The Y Show. The show, a parody of 1950s favourite The Ed Sullivan Show featured celebrities such as Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby. But even with such prime-time promotion X was unable to shift anywhere near enough units of the car. Consumers didn’t care whether it was ‘revolutionary’ or not. All they knew was that it looked ugly and had a name that sounded like ‘weasel’.
  80. 80. 11. (+15/-9) These three companies along with a fourth company form an exhaustive list, which is addressed by a particular phrase. Id the 4th company.
  81. 81. 12. (+12/-8) Xs Thanksgiving Day Parade started in 1924. The employees wanted to incorporate their European heritage into the quintessential American holiday hence they started a parade on Thanksgiving. The balloons in the Xs Thanksgiving Day Parade come in three varieties: Novelty, Full-size balloon and Blue Sky Gallery. The Parade also features live music and other performances. More than 44 million people watch the parade on television each year. The first Thanksgiving-themed episode of Friends is laso centered on the accidental release of the (unused at the time) "Underdog" balloon at X’s Thanksgiving Day.
  82. 82. Answers
  83. 83. 1. Ad by ?
  84. 84. AT&T
  85. 85. 2. J. P. Morgan and the attorney Elbert H. Gary founded X in 1901 (incorporated on February 25) by combining Andrew Carnegies company with Garys company and William Henry "Judge" Moores company for $492 million ($13.74 billion today). It was capitalized at $1.4 billion ($39.11 billion today), making it the worlds first billion-dollar corporation. X sponsored The X Hour television program from 1945 until 1963 on CBS. It also built both the Disneys Contemporary Resort and the Disneys Polynesian Resort in 1971 at Walt Disney World, in part to showcase its residential steel building "modular" residential products to high-end and luxury consumers. In the film The Godfather Part II, Hyman Roth tells Michael Corleone, "Michael, were bigger than X". The statement was a paraphrase of longtime mob kingpin Meyer Lansky. Which company are we talking about ? Headquarters on next slide <pic>
  86. 86. US Steel
  87. 87. 3. X ? X is a U.S.A. software company based in San Mateo, CA founded by Larry Ellison and one of his early employees, Evan Goldberg.. The company markets cloud-based software-as-a-service integrated business management software. At one point, X was named Oracle Small Business Suite.
  88. 88. NetSuite
  89. 89. 4. Many of Xs predecessor product lines were developed by Hewlett-Packard. HP labs was divided into two central labs when X was carved out of HP in 1999. In 1999, the product lines not directly connected with computers, storage, and imaging were grouped into a separate company , the stock of which was offered to the public in an initial public offering. X’s IPO may have been the largest in the history of Silicon Valley at the time. The company thus created in 1999 was an $8 billion company with about 47,000 employees, manufacturing scientific instruments, semiconductors, optical networking devices, and electronic test equipment for telecom and wireless R&D and production.
  90. 90. Agilent
  91. 91. 5. XY is a United States-based holding company that operates multiple wire line and wireless networks serving consumer, business and government customers in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands primarily under the X brand. XY, through its various subsidiaries, also offers services under the Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile and Assurance Wireless brands. X is a tier 1 global Internet access service provider. XY is the United States third largest long distance provider by subscribers and as of 2012, serves more than 55.6 million customers. XY traces its origins to the Brown Telephone Company, which Cleyson L. (C.L.) Brown and Jacob Brown founded in 1899 to deploy telephone service to the rural area around Abilene, KS. Prior to 2005, the company was known as X Corporation. The company took its current name, “XY Corporation", when it merged with Y Communications that year.
  92. 92. Sprint Nextel
  93. 93. 6.
  94. 94. Visa
  95. 95. 7. The headquarters of this company are located in Battle Creek, Michigan. It’s primary product were created and sold in 1895 as a product called “granose.” The product was discovered by accident while cooking some wheat for a type of granola. The wheat had gone stale so Harvey and his brother forced the wheat through rollers. It was the first company to use television advertising as it’s dominate feature for advertising. It decided to drop swimmer Michael Phelps from his endorsement deal because he was caught smoking dope. Which company are we talking about?
  96. 96. Kellogg
  97. 97. 8. Id the person.
  98. 98. N.V. (Tiger) Tyagarajan
  99. 99. 9. In 2009, X was named the “Massachussetts Scrooge of the Year” due to an incident in August of the same year in which three Boston branches of X laid off their entire housekeeping staffs, outsourcing the work to a Georgia-based company. The housekeepers, who were fired without previous notice although some of them had worked for X for over 20 years, became collectively known as the X 100.
  100. 100. Hyatt
  101. 101. 10. Among many US marketing professors, the story of the Y is considered the classic brand failure of all time. Dubbed ‘the Titanic of automobiles’, the Y is certainly one of the biggest branding disasters to afflict the X. Firstly X built an unrealistic amount of hype for the product, one they could not live up to. X also joined forces with the CBS television network, to run a one-hour special called The Y Show. The show, a parody of 1950s favourite The Ed Sullivan Show featured celebrities such as Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby. But even with such prime-time promotion X was unable to shift anywhere near enough units of the car. Consumers didn’t care whether it was ‘revolutionary’ or not. All they knew was that it looked ugly and had a name that sounded like ‘weasel’.
  102. 102.  Ford Edsel
  103. 103. 11. These three companies along with a fourth company form an exhaustive list, which is addressed by a particular phrase. Id the 4th company.
  104. 104. Answer Citigroup These four together form the Big 4 of American Banking
  105. 105. 12. Xs Thanksgiving Day Parade started in 1924. The employees wanted to incorporate their European heritage into the quintessential American holiday hence they started a parade on Thanksgiving. The balloons in the Xs Thanksgiving Day Parade come in three varieties: Novelty, Full-size balloon and Blue Sky Gallery. The Parade also features live music and other performances. More than 44 million people watch the parade on television each year. The first Thanksgiving-themed episode of Friends is laso centered on the accidental release of the (unused at the time) "Underdog" balloon at X’s Thanksgiving Day.
  106. 106. Macy’s
  107. 107. Exhaustive: Barnes Group Alleghany Ryder System Pandora Realty Income Corp Loews Corporation Dominion Resources Zillow Eni S.p.A.
  108. 108. Answer
  109. 109. STOCKS WITH SINGLE LETTER NYSE TICKER SYMBOLS.A-AgilentB-Barnes GroupC-CitigroupD- Dominion ResourcesE- Eni S.p.AF- FordG- GenpactH- HyattK- Kelloggs
  110. 110. L- Loew CorporationM- Macy’sN- NetsuiteO- Reality Income CorpP- PandoraR- Ryder SystemsS- Sprint NextelT- AT&TV-VisaX- US SteelY- Alleghany CorporationZ-ZillowThe letters I,J,Q,U,W have not been used yet.

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