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QUIZ # 25

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    Winners of Quiz #24

    1) Sukhvinder Singh, Bhusawal
    2) Gopalrao, Bangalore
    3) Ravi Devulapally, Hyderabad

  1. A Federal judge recently ruled in New Hampshire's Black Bear Micro Roastery's favour in a case against Starbucks. The latter's legal department had objected first to Black Bear's use of a term in 1997. What's the term (or its brand name)?

  2. What connects an IBM arm with the Sanskrit word for 'being prepared'?

  3. In the world of Dilbert, ___ is said to be "the world's most desperate venture capitalist." Fill up the blank (with an Indian name).

  4. MORE DIARY PER I: Unscramble for a two-word name of an entrepreneur.

  5. This four-letter Botswana currency, which replaced rand in 1976, means 'rain' in the local language. Rain is very scarce in Botswana (where you can find the Kalahari desert). What's the name of the currency?

  6. "You can trust your car to the man who wears the star." Ad line of a company that merged with another in 2001. The company's logo featured a white star on a red circle. Which company had this tag line?

  7. Who wrote the book The Alchemy of Finance: Reading the Mind of the Market. Choose from the options: a) Warren Buffett b) George Soros c) Charlie Munger

  8. What does M stand for in economist J. M. Keynes' name?

  9. Identify logo.

  10. Identify him.

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