Monday, September 22, 2008

Business Quiz By Neo Quiz Spot

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1.Identify the logo of a consulting company.


2.The first issue of this magazine, founded by Henry Luce, came out just four months after the dramatic stock market crash of 1929. Can you name it?

3.What is the name of the Brazilian company that has presented a counter offer to Tata Steel’s proposed takeover of Anglo-Dutch steel maker Corus?

4.ITC’s iKno, VaxLit, Delite Aim are in which product category?

5.The brand was born in "the hills of Tennessee in the 1940s," and trademarked by brothers Barney and Ally Hartman, who operated a bottling plant. Can you name the brand?

6.Book publisher Penguin is part of which media conglomerate?

7.Whose new advertisement platform is called Panama?

8.SNE is its symbol in NYSE. Can you name the company?

9.'From Computer Geek to Cult Icon: How I Invented the Personal Computer, Co-Founded Apple, and Had Fun Doing It.' If this is a book's base line, what's the title of the book?

10.It was Robert Aumann and Thomas Schelling and in 2006?


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1 comment:

Neo Anderson said...

answers for the neo business quiz 004 are

1.Capgemini

2.Fortune (Its first issue hit the stands in February 1930)

3.CSN

4.Safety match

5.Mountain Dew

6.Pearson

7.Yahoo

8.Sony

9.iWoz, by Steve Wozniak

10.Edmund Phelps (Nobel prize for Economics winner; Robert Aumann and Thomas Schelling won it in 2005.)