Tata First Dot Quiz

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Tata First Dot Quiz

  1. 1. E-cell Quiz
  2. 2.     20 questions – 10 clockwise, 10 reverse No negative marking Infinite bounce Familiar answers, so attempt a guess.
  3. 3. 1. ID these two brothers and what they founded.
  4. 4.  Answer
  5. 5.   Sachin and Binny Bansal Flipkart.com
  6. 6. 2. This comic strip is a play on „Calvin and Hobbes‟. Identify the “doll”.
  7. 7.  Answer
  8. 8.  Steve Jobs
  9. 9. 3. What is being parodied here?
  10. 10.  Answer
  11. 11.  The Twitter „fail-whale‟
  12. 12. 4. All of us would be familiar with what this guy founded in 2002 (launched on May 5, 2003). What?
  13. 13.  Answer
  14. 14.  LinkedIn
  15. 15. 5. Id.  We are all familiar with his work. How?
  16. 16.  Answer
  17. 17.   Dennis Hwang He crafts Google Doodles
  18. 18. 6. This husband and wife team have seen the popularity of their creation soar with increasing pace since its release on Aug 4, 2011. What familiar timepass did they create?
  19. 19.  Answer
  20. 20.   Temple Run Keith Shepherd and Natalia Luckyanova
  21. 21. 7. This tennis superstar earned a certain nickname because of his tenacity on the court. This nickname was later used in the logo of the company he founded. Company?
  22. 22.  Answer
  23. 23.  Rene Lacoste
  24. 24. 8. The YKK Corporation produces architectural products and industrial machinery. However, it is most famous for producing Xs. Its factory site in Macon, Georgia produces 7 million of these a day. It also produces its own brass to make the teeth and slider parts of X. The same factory also dyes the fabric part of X.  X is the signature product of YKK and YKK is the largest supplier.  What is X?
  25. 25.  Answer
  26. 26.  The Zipper
  27. 27. 9. ID
  28. 28.  Answer
  29. 29.  Surf Excel
  30. 30. 10. connect
  31. 31.  Answer
  32. 32.  Susan Bennett is the voice of Siri
  33. 33. 11. In the 1950s, Ferrucio X, tractor manufacturer with a penchant for fast cars, approached Enzo Ferrari about the substandard cluth, poor interiors, etc of his purchased Ferrari. Enzo dismissed him saying “You know how to drive a tractor, but you will never learn to drive a Ferrari”. What did Ferrucio do?
  34. 34.  Answer
  35. 35.   He constructed his own car to outperform the Ferrari Lamborghini
  36. 36. 12. ID these well dressed gentlemen
  37. 37.  Answer
  38. 38.  Dolce & Gabbana
  39. 39. 13. In 1960, two brothers Tom and James purchased this store for about $575. Later, James traded his half of the business to Tom for a used Volkswagen Beetle. The franchise started with three stores in 1969, as reflected by 3 dots in its logo. Which franchise, familiar to all of us in Ranchi?
  40. 40.  Answer
  41. 41.  Dominos pizza
  42. 42. 14. Whose visiting card is this?
  43. 43.  Answer
  44. 44.  Walt Disney
  45. 45. 15. Tarangini Mitra loved pirouetting and her performance at her school‟s annual day function caught the eye of Mr. Padmasree, reputed ad-director, who decided to use it in his next ad, accompanied by a jingle. What was the ad for?
  46. 46.  Answer
  47. 47.  Washing powder Nirma
  48. 48. 16. One of the greatest entrepreneurs of the 20th Century, he was as remembered for his eccentric behaviour and reclusion as he was for his achievements. Pictured is an artist‟s rendition of his later life. He was also the subject of a 2004 Oscar nominated biopic. Who?
  49. 49.  Answer
  50. 50.  Howard Hughes
  51. 51. 17. The Panic of 1907, was a financial crisis that almost crippled the American economy. X stepped in personally and took charge in resolving the crisis. He helped redirect money between banks, secure international lines of credit and bought plummeting stocks of healthy corporations. This eventually led to the formation of the Federal Reserve System. However, critics were soon to attack him for his overpowering role in the economy, as shown in the following cartoon. Who?
  52. 52.  Answer
  53. 53.  J. P. Morgan
  54. 54. 18. X was the third-generation head of the family-run business Y. Y was founded as a maker of playing cards but X dreamed big and after several failed ventures into food, taxis, love-motels, etc… Y found its calling in its original industry, and would later be a benchmark and now a global giant with competition from Sony and Microsoft. Id X and Y
  55. 55.  Answer
  56. 56.   X – Hiroshi Yamauchi Y – Nintendo
  57. 57. 19. ID this paragon of Indian TV
  58. 58.  Answer
  59. 59.   Ramanand Sagar Producer of Ramayan, Alif Laila, etc…
  60. 60. 20. These became popular in the US by the end of Summer 2004 and later garnered worldwide recognition. They come is different sizes and are elastic and predominantly yellow. There was speculation that there would be a drop in sales post 2012, but sales have only grown. A 2013 article estimates that a total of 80 million of these have been sold to date. What?
  61. 61.  Answer
  62. 62.  Livestrong wristbands
  63. 63. Fin

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