Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Technozion Biz quiz

Here are the questions asked in Business quiz(prelims) conducted in NITW as a part of Technozion 2009
1. Sitter : The domain name gmail.com used to be the free email service offered by the fans of which comic character before it was acquired by Google??
2. *George Francis Hotz (born October 2, 1989), alias geohot, million75 or simply mil, is known for publicizing the collaboration leading to X. On August 21, 2007, Hotz announced on his blog that he had successfully executed and demonstrated X using a technique that was developed by a team of five, Hotz being one of this team. He later posted the team's 10-step method on his blog. What is X?
3. X an Irish low cost airline, with headquarters at Dublin Airport and its largest operational bases at Dublin Airport and London Stansted Airport. It operates over 190 Boeing 737-800 aircraft on 830 routes across Europe and North Africa from its 32 bases. It was recently in news when its chief Michael O'Leary insisted that he was serious about charging passengers to use onboard toilets and has instructed aircraft manufacturers to examine a credit card system rather than a coin slot.
4. Put Fundae….
Pointy-Haired Boss
Wally
Alice
Asok
Carol
Phil, the Prince of Insufficient Light
Elbonians
Bob the Dinosaur
5. This cute chubby girl with polka dotted frock has captured the imagination of Indians for several decades. Listed in Guinness Book of world records as the oldest company mascot, she is identified with a revolution of modern India which changed millions of lives across the rural areas.
Name the company and the man responsible for the revolution.
6. The history of X goes back to the 17th century, when there was a buttonwood tree here under which traders and speculators would gather to trade informally. In 1792, the traders formalized their association Y with the Buttonwood Agreement. Later for years, X was known as "The house of Morgan". What is this famous association and what is the location X?
7. Originally a dictionary of the arts and sciences edited by William Smellie, it added history and biography to its second edition, and many more editions followed under several publishers. However, since 1929, a system of continuous revision has replaced the issuance of new editions. Name this reference work first published in 1768 by a "Society of gentlemen in Scotland".
8. Which magazine carries the ad line 'If women are not climbing the corporate ladders it is because they are taking the elevators'?
9.Identify this new logo of an industrial conglomorate.





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11.Connect these 4 maps with the logo













12.This pre-Civil War immigrant, together with his cousin, started a chemical company whose first product was candied santonin - a palatable antiparasitic. This was an immediate success, although it was the production of citric acid that really kick-started the company’s growth in the 1880s, after that during World War I, there was shortage of calcium citrate that this company imported from Italy for the manufacture of citric acid, and the company began a search for an alternative supply. The chemists of this company learned of a fungus that ferments sugar to citric acid and were able to commercialize production of citric acid from this source in 1919. As a result the company developed expertise in fermentation technology. These skills were applied to the mass production of penicillin during World War II, in response to a need from the U.S. government. The antibiotic was needed to treat injured Allied soldiers. In fact, most of the penicillin that went ashore with the troops on D-Day was made by the company. Today, the company he started is one of the premier pharmaceutical companies. Name the immigrant and
the company.
13. A philantropist born in 1938,began his business empire with his father's billboard business, which he took over at 24 after his father's suicide. His penchant for controversial statements earned him the nickname "The Mouth of the South". In 2008, he received attention when he asserted on PBS's Charlie Rose television program that if steps aren't taken to address global warming, "Most of the people will have died and the rest of us will be cannibals." Early this year, the band Inkwell created a song called "X Would Love It" on their album. Where X is the person whom we are talking about.
14.Connect the following
Sparkling,(carbonated flavor, available in Berry Blast (Raspberry), and Citrus Twist )

Flavor Splash,( flavored (without carbonation), and artificially sweetened with Sucralose, available in Grape, Citrus Blend, Wild Berry, Strawberry Kiwi and Raspberry.)

Alive,( a low calorie, vitamin-enhanced beverage, available in Berry Pomegranate, Peach Mango, Lemon and Orange Lime.)

plus+,( a low calorie (120 calories per 591 mL bottle), vitamin supplement beverage available in "Blackberry Grape", "Pomegranate Cherry","Passionfruit Citrus" and "Orange Tangerine".)
15.X began in a "daylong brainstorming session" that was held by board members of the podcasting company Odeo in an attempt to break out of a creative slump. At that meeting Y introduced the idea of an individual using an SMS service to communicate with a small group, a concept partly inspired by the SMS group messaging service TXTMob.
“The working name was just "Status" for a while. It actually didn’t have a name. We were trying to name it, and mobile was a big aspect of the product early on ... We liked the SMS aspect, and how you could update from anywhere and receive from anywhere. We wanted to capture that in the name — we wanted to capture that feeling: the physical sensation that you’re buzzing your friend’s pocket. It’s like buzzing all over the world. So we did a bunch of name-storming, and we came up with the word ---- because the phone kind of vibrates when it moves. So we looked in the dictionary for words around it, and we came across the word "X," and it was just perfect. The definition was "a short burst of inconsequential information," and "chirps from birds." And that’s exactly what the product was.” - Y
16.A young entrepreneur W, opened a small toy balloon manufacturing unit in a shed at Tiruvottiyur, Madras (now Chennai). Its first office at 334, Thambu Chetty Street, Madras (now Chennai), Tamil Nadu, India. W was awarded the Padmashri Award of National Recognition for his contribution to industry - the only industrialist from South India to be accorded this honor. His company X became the first company of it’s kind to cross the INR 10 billion mark.X used to sponsor world famous Y in his field.But very recently, on 4th September , that contract ended.Y has recently been tied into a contract with another international company Z for endorsement.
17.The X corporation was founded in New Delhi in 1983 by Mr. Deepak Puri. It started as a Time Recorder unit. Today, X is the world's 2nd largest optical storage media manufacturer and supplies to the world's top dozen brands. 75% of its revenue comes from exports. The company was among the first to set up a wholly-owned subsidiary – X Photo Voltaic Limited — in 2005, to focus on the high-growth solar energy segment in India. It also plans to build an Rs 330 crore silicon PV manufacturing facility (near Delhi) and has tied up with Applied Materials Inc for technology transfer. X acquired 81 per cent stake in Dutch Company — O M & T B.V, the research and development unit of Phillips in the last quarter of 2006-07. Give X.
18.In 1907, Eugène Schueller, a young French chemist, developed an innovative hair-colour formula. In 1909, Schueller registered his company, the Société Française de Teintures Inoffensives pour Cheveux ("Safe Hair Dye Company of France" literally "French Society for Inoffensive Hair Dyes"), the original Z. The guiding principles of the company, were research and innovation in the interest of beauty. Z is a listed company, but the founder's daughter Liliane Bettencourt and the Swiss food company Y each control over a quarter of the shares and voting rights. Z is also the top nanotechnology patent-holder in the United States. Z holds 10.41% of the shares of Sanofi-Aventis, the world's number 3 and Europe's number 1 pharmaceutical company. Following Z ‘s purchase of X, who previously were against animal testing, X founder Dame Anita Roddick was forced to defend herself against allegations of abandoning her principles over Z’s track record on animal testing. She declared, that her belief in the power of cosmetics to enhance female beauty was greater than any concern over animal testing. As a result, calls were made for shoppers to boycott X. Give X,Y & Z.
19.The release of currency notes in Britain and Hong Kong is uniquely different from other economies of the world. What is the difference?
20.X , a part of the Shapoorji Pallonji Group, operates in over 92 cities in India and employs over 6,000 individuals. In order to introduce it’s previously unknown signature products to a society in which nationwide commercial campaigns were an impossibility, the company had to pioneer another innovation - direct selling. The corps of suit-clad X salesmen were the first such in the country and were a tremendous success. They are now Asia's largest direct selling organisation with a 5,000 strong direct sales force touching 1.25 million Indian homes and adding 1,500 customers daily. What is X?
21.Identify the logo














22.X is the last video game console made by Y and X is part of the sixth generation of video game consoles which was discontinued in March 2001 and Y withdrew entirely from the console hardware business. However, support of the system continued and consoles were still sold until 2006 and new licensed games continued to be released. Despite its short lifespan, X was widely hailed as ahead of its time, and is still held in high regard for pioneering online console gaming—it was the first console to include a built-in modem and Internet support for online play. As of 2009, the console is still supported through various homebrew video game releases. If September 9, 2009 marked the 10th anniversary of X, identify X and Y?
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NASDAQ
ICICI
24.Connect the following pics













25.identify the Ad(Camlin permanent marker)


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