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TBQ –308

1) This town owes much of its identity to brass. For generations, the brass industry dominated the city, even as it created the city. Today, while the brass industry is a thing of the past, it is still known as the Brass City and the city’s motto, ironically, is still Quid Aere Perennius (What Is More Lasting Than Brass?). The city seal depicts the interior of a brass mill, an image that is almost indecipherable to modern eyes.

Its brass industry is traditionally considered to have begun in 1802 with the establishment of Abel Porter & Co., which eventually transformed into the Scovill Manufacturing Company. Its first generation of brass manufacturers did not set out to create a brass industry. Their initial goal was to produce buttons and clocks to be sold by peddlers as an alternative to farming, which was a limited success in this town. It is believed that the place turned to manufacturing because the quality of the soil here was too poor to sustain farming. Its early clock industry, begun by James Harrison in 1790, was intricately connected to clockmaking in Bristol and Terryville. Candace Roberts, daughter of Bristol clockmaker Gideon Roberts, was one of many young women hired by Harrison to paint the dials of his clocks.

The Scovill Manufacturing Company survives even today, along with the American Pin Company (established in 1846), the [City Name] Button Company (1849), and a famous watch company which was earlier named after the city’s name. Name the city/town and the watch company.

2) From the 1880s to the 1930s, a provision was in place that allowed investors to avoid double taxation — paying taxes on both the corporate and individual level — because trusts were not taxed at the corporate level if income was distributed to beneficiaries. This was reversed in the 1930s, when passive investments were taxed at both the corporate level and as part of individual income tax. After 30 years because of the high demand for real estate funds, President Eisenhower signed the 1960 “X” tax provision qualifying “X”s as pass-through entities.

A company must distribute at least 90 percent of its taxable income to its shareholders each year to qualify as a “X”.

“X” are corporations that own and manage a portfolio of real estate properties and mortgages. Anyone can buy shares in a publicly traded “X”. They offer the benefits of real estate ownership without the headaches or expense of being a landlord. Unlike actual real estate property, these shares can be quickly and easily sold. And because you’re investing in a portfolio of properties rather than a single building, you face less financial risk. What is “X?”

3) Harley Earl (standing in this photo) developed and introduced the legendary Buick Y Job to display the latest developments and trends in engineering and styling.

It was the first car developed with an eye, less on commercial production than on gauging public reaction to new technologies and designs, thus adding a new jargon to automobile marketing. What’s the phrase?

4) The choice of the name was deliberate. The unique distinction of the authentic ___ Roussel hybrid flower is its ability to enrich the soil wherever it grows. Historic references reveal that the flower provided succor and relief to the people struck by the adversities arising out of a severe famine: those who consumed it overcame. The company was created by a former Associate Prof of Chemistry at BITS, Pilani. He worked with Khandelwal Laboratories, May & Baker and then started on his own by buying the trademark from Charak Pharmaceuticals. Name him and the company he founded in 1968.

5) This mascot for this company’s high-speed Internet service is being replaced by another of its mascot which the company uses for its cable-TV and phone services. This logo- the drawing of a human eye and ear is all part of a strategy to bring some newness to the brand. The soon-to-be-replaced mascot is a famous cartoon character who is the ornithological bane of Wile E. Coyote’s existence. Name the company and the mascot.

 

 

 

 

 

6) The abstract of this recently granted patent reads thus:
A system provides a periodically changing story line and/or a special event company logo to entice users to access a web page. For the story line, the system may receive objects that tell a story according to the story line and successively provide the objects on the web page for predetermined or random amounts of time. For the special event company logo, the system may modify a standard company logo for a special event to create a special event logo, associate one or more search terms with the special event logo, and upload the special event logo to the web page. The system may then receive a user selection of the special event logo and provide search results relating to the special event.

What’s it all about?

7) [Tata Question] Identify this product.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8) He dabbled into his father’s shipping agency business before getting hooked on telecom. He started [X] Telecom, precursor to his flagship [X] Telesystems, in 1987. It began by distributing Apple Computers and desktop publishing systems and then moved into manufacturing push-button phones and became among the country’s first Internet service providers. He sold the business and latched onto telecom infrastructure. Today his [X] Group, a collection of seven companies, is a provider of network services to telecom firms in 44 countries. Identify him and the group, [X].

9) It was in 1856 that a tannery unit was established based on the use of vegetable tanning technique popularized by the East India Company. The finished products were used by the Army. This unique process and craftsmanship of producing them has been adopted by the small-scale tanners in Tiruchi and Dindigul areas in Tamil Nadu for over a century. Name this leather which received a GI recently.

10) Pay brand-new employees $2,000 to quit; Make customer service the responsibility of the entire company-not just a department; Focus on company culture as the #1 priority; Apply research from the science of happiness to running a business; Help employees grow-both personally and professionally; Seek to change the world Oh, and make money too . . . Sound crazy? It’s all standard operating procedure at an online retailer that’s doing over $1 billion in gross merchandise sales annually.



CEO Tony Hsieh shares the different lessons he has learned in business and life, from starting a worm farm to running a pizza business, through LinkExchange, _________, and more. Which company is this book about?

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Answers :

Ans1: Waterbury | Waterbury Clock Company, now known as Timex

Ans2: X: REIT- Real Estate Investment Trust
Ans3: Concept Car

Ans4: Desh Bandhu Gupta |  Lupin

Ans5: Time (TWC) | Mascot: Road Runner

 

Ans6: Patent for Google Doodle granted to Sergey Brin
Ans7: Tata Walky Groove Station ( Tata Teleservices)

Ans8: Manoj Tirodkar | Global Group Enterprises/ GTL

Ans9: EI Leather [ EI stands for East India]
Ans10: Zappos

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TBQ –305

1) Identify this organization from its logo.

Identify

It was established in 1995 with its registered and corporate offices situated at Bangalore. Today, the company manages 2 of its units- one at Mysore in Karnataka and the other at Salboni in West Bengal. The present capacity for both together is  about 30 billion pieces per year.

2) He grew up in Surat before going to US for further studies. Coming back, he worked for sometime with IBM, and then joined the family business in 1965. The family business was textiles. It was started in 1921 by his father, Dr. Amichand Shah, an eye surgeon who took up textiles as a side business. First they worked with handlooms, then power looms, and from the 1930s onwards it was jaccard looms. In the 1950s, <<Company>> began weaving viscose fabrics that were called artificial silks. Today, Praful runs <Brand> (<Brand> is named after a village in Gujarat where the family had farmland they converted into a factory for printing and dyeing) by travelling between Bombay and Surat every week.

She is the daughter of a well-known Mumbai cardiologist. She attended the J.B. Petit High School for Girls and graduated from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. She received her Master’s Degree in Political Science from the University of California at Berkeley, but remains a self-confessed history buff. On her return to India, she joined the advertising firm, Creative Unit, and went on to become Copy Chief, receiving several industry awards. She took over the advertising for <<Company>> Silk Mills Ltd. in the ’70s, and continues to be associated with it.

Identify
Name this couple and the company, brand.

3) This camera brand came up in 1923, though the first prototype was built by Oskar Barnack in 1913 working at Ernst Leitz Optical Industry., a manufacturer of microscopes. It was called “Barnack’s camera” back then. Oskar convinced his boss, Ernst Leitz II to go ahead with producing the camera and it was hugely successful. This German brand is a portmanteau word formed from parts of the founder’s name and the word, ‘camera’.

Ernst Leitz -II

[Ernst Leitz II]  Name the brand.

4) It has been a hit in Europe for several years and was launched in the United States on July 14, 2011. Listeners still need an invitation to join the free service; a limitation that the founder Daniel Ek says is required to control growth.

Its computer program lets people choose from any of 15 million songs for free — up to 10 hours worth of music per month — with each track listenable up to five times. Users who want to listen more must buy songs individually or pay a monthly fee. Subscribers also can store their music on their devices and listen when they’re offline.

Name this service started by Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon in 2008 in Sweden.

5) Their first logo was inspired by their first treasurer, Serno Fenn, who was captivated by color-changing chameleons on a trip to China. The idea appealed to the company founder and in 1885, he decided to adopt the chameleon on a painter’s palette as the official logo. Some years later, the company adopted three chameleons from India and one of them, Jack, posed for photos to make illustrations. Name the brand.

6) [Tata Question]

Connect Pure, Pleasure, Prestige, and Pride.

7) Connect these images to the video at

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_wUef4_ojs

8) Since moving to California many years ago, we have made amazing friends and experienced life changing opportunities. Our goal is to invest in the future of a state that has already given us so much.  We created this modest foundation to support education and conservation efforts here in the state of California. Our plan is to offer scholarships to children and grants to nonprofits but we won’t stop there.

Developing and running original programs in the San Francisco Bay area will allow us to have a direct and positive impact. We want others to share the rewards and opportunities we’ve found here in California.

Thanks,

____     and Livia

Identify the organization founded by a popular entrepreneur and his wife.

9) It was founded in 1975 out of a two-bedroom apartment, and is reportedly world’s largest hedge fund company. It was founded by Ray Dalio and the company manages approximately $105 billion in global investments for a wide array of institutional clients.

In 2007, Dalio predicted that the housing-and-lending boom would end badly. Later that year, he warned the Bush Administration that many of the world’s largest banks were on the verge of insolvency. In 2008, a disastrous year for many of its rivals, the firm’s flagship Pure Alpha fund rose in value by nine and a half per cent after accounting for fees. Last year, the Pure Alpha fund rose forty-five per cent, the highest return of any big hedge fund.  Which firm?

10) Who is the author of this book?

Hint: Her ad agency was behind such campaigns –‘I can’t believe I ate the whole thing’ ‘Flick your Bic’, ‘I love New York’

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Answers:

Ans1: Bharatiya Reserve Bank Note Mudran Private Limited (BRBNMPL)

Ans2: Praful Shah, Shilpa Shah
Company: Garden Brand: Garden Vareli

Ans3: Leica

Ans4: Spotify

Ans5: Sherwin-Williams | Henry Sherwin

Ans6: Tata Aria versions

Ans7: Raymond Weil

Image: Founder

Othello, Amadeus and Jasmine are collections from the brand.

Milind Soman was the brand ambassador.

Ans8: Biz and Livia Stone Foundation

Ans9: Bridgewater Associates

Ans10: Mary Wells Lawrence

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TBQ Classic Sample 16

Despite the fact that the meal itself seems to be a recent invention, the actual term “X” may be a bit older. The OED has found that the term dates back to at least 1837, with its earliest printed reference being found in the “Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott” by John G. Lockhart. Although the earliest known exact reference to seems to have appeared in the April, 1958, issue of The Times.
“X” consists of a platter of food which contains, at a minimum, bread, cheese, and pickled vegetables, typically onions. Usually other additions such as a green salad are included, along with apples, pickled eggs and beetroot, or even things like pate. The name and ingredients of the “X” are meant to evoke a bygone era.

The movie, “X,” is some kind of studied analysis of the media world in Margaret Thatcher’s England during the time of the Falkland Wars. The movie makes the claim that the “X” was actually an invention of a marketing campaign to encourage people to eat in pubs, not an eat-cheese campaign run by the Milk Marketing Board. Some believe “X” was actually the product of a marketing campaign organized by the Milk Marketing Board in the 1960s, the objective of which was to convince more people to eat cheese. What’s X?

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Answer: X: (The) Ploughman’s Lunch

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TBQ Classic Sample 15 [Connect Question]

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Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBSpSr7LN-0

Connect these images and video to a personality.

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Answer:
Arnon Milchan

Arnon Milchan
Arnon Milchan
  • New Regency Enterprises, an LA based TV and film productio company was founded by Arnon Milchan & Joseph P. Grace.
  • Confidential is Arnon Milchan’s biography.
  • He has a partnership with NewsCorp which owns part of New Regency
  • He reportedly worked for Mossad
  • He produced the movie, Pretty Woman

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TBQ Classic Sample 15

With this credit, you can obtain an advance on a current account by pledging to the Bank your assets constituted and deposited on your account. It applies both to assets currently deposited in your account and to those which will be deposited in the future. The Bank determines the maximum rate that can be advanced for each negotiable security deposited. This value is set on the basis of the quality of your portfolio. How do we better know this credit that is named after a region in Italy and a transaction that derived its name from that name?

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Ans: Lombard Credit [ Lombardy region gave name to Lombards (a term used for pawn brokers during Medieval times]]

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TBQ – 296

1) His father, born in Mangalore, India, in 1910, was orphaned young and rose to become a respected principal of the posh Hyderabad Public School, India’s Upper Canada College. He was born in Hyderabad in 1950 and eventually attended the elite school, where he was an outsider, one of the few boys who didn’t come from a rich or aristocratic family.

After high school, he gained admission to the prestigious chemical engineering program at the Indian Institute of Technology. He didn’t want the plodding life of a chemical engineer, so his father encouraged him to take his chances in Canada, where his brother was already working. He decided to move to London, Ontario, where he enrolled in the MBA program at Western, selling air conditioners and furnaces to pay his way through.

He is the CEO and chairman of Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited which he founded in 1985. That first year the company took in $12 million in revenue. Twenty-five years later it was up to $8 billion, and the stock had gone up 120 times. That’s good for a 23 percent annual stock return. He predicted the crash of ’87, the Japanese collapse of 1990 and last year’s meltdown, which he parlayed into a huge payoff. Who is this ‘Canadian Warren Buffet’?

2)  was initiated in 1971 to address the colonial legacy of economic imbalance between the ethnic Chinese and the majority Malays, two-thirds of whom were left in poverty. The Malay could produce the necessary licence, while the Chinese would actually run the business. The arrangement was known as YZ, Y being the Malay and Z being the Chinese.

3) The French writer Guy de Maupassant liked to eat lunch in the restaurant situated in this structure because he hated the structure, and it was the only place he could not see it. He really hated it: “A high and skinny pyramid of iron ladders, this giant ungainly skeleton upon a base that looks built to carry a colossal monument of Cyclops, but just peters out into a ridiculous thin shape like a factory chimney.” Name this hated structure.

4) This is a public Limited Company promoted by the Khemka Group with the primary objective of promoting wind energy with Ravi Prakash Khemka as Chairman. They have had businesses across sectors. They ran an agro business, textile venture, an airline, owned a TV channel among other things. How do we know this company, and expand those letters ?

5) S & R Games is Selchow & Righter Co., founded in 1867 by Elisha Selchow, who originally called his game wholesale company E.G. Selchow & Co. Early on Selchow obtained the rights to sell “X”, The Royal Game of India in 1874, making it one of the oldest American game trademarks.

In 1880 Selchow partnered with John Righter and the name of the company changed to Selchow and Righter Co.. The company remained in the wholesale business, as ‘jobbers’ selling  games from other companies, until sometime after the death of both Selchow and Righter in the early 1900s.

Selchow and Righter became a steady producer of games, but didn’t develop another game so popular that it could really be called a classic like “X” — until “Y”.

Selchow & Righter were first presented with the game “Y”, first called Lexiko then Criss Cross Words, by its creator “Z”, an unemployed architect, in 1949. When Selchow & Righter passed, “Z” sold the rights to entrepreneur and game-lover James Brunot instead. But when Brunot and his wife couldn’t keep up with the demand for the game, Selchow & Righter took over production of the game in 1952. In 1983, S & R Games acquired “W”.That game became one of the best selling games of the century, and in the second half of ’83, S & R sold 1.5 million “W” games — increasing the company’s previous revenues threefold

Selchow & Righter was sold to “V” (“V” famous for its Cabbage patch Kids dolls). Just seven months later “V” went bankrupt and was taken over by “U”. (Which is how “W” ended up under the Parker Brothers name in 1988.) End of Story. Crack the alphabets.

6) Hitting London, New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Rome and Milan over the coming weeks, it’s an ambitious undertaking which could revolutionise the way the art world works. Launched in NYC on Independence Day (July 4) the project got off to an eye-catching start by projecting a 200ft high flame shooting from the Statue of Liberty’s torch. The next phase of the scheme launches in Italy today, where green boxes (designed by Jason Bruges) will appear. After downloading the green box app, passers-by can view the artists’ visions come to life in front of them with moving images filtered through their smartphones, IPads or android devices.

The initial set of 30 boxes will showcase some top-quality creatives, including Bompas &Parr, Kate MccGwire, UVA and Petra Storrs. Overseen by Grammy-award-winning producer Sam Speigel and photographer Nick Knight, the plan is to create 1,000 more green boxes over the next 12 months. The company wants creatives around the world to come up with ideas and is stressing that although the cubes may measure just two metres by three metres, the possibilities are limited only by the participants’ imaginations.

Which company is behind this Green Box Project?

7)  An increase in educational levels and the ability to communicate in English among Indian women in the late ’50s provided a suitable atmosphere for English-language women’s magazines to evolve and thrive. It was in this environment that Trend, a lifestyles magazine that catered to women, emerged and this magazine belonged to the ___ weekly group. The editor of Trend, Frene Talyarkhan, had a fall out with the group and she, along with Indu Sen, started another magazine called Flair. Soon the magazine was bought out by a major publishing group and relaunched in a new avatar. How do we know this magazine now?

8) [Tata Question] It was established as the Family Planning Foundation in 1970 by a group of socially committed  industrialists led by Mr J.R.D. Tata and Dr Bharat Ram. Early in the 1970s, the foundation sought to promote, through research and demonstration projects, family planning among needy couples to usher in the small family norm in the country. How do we know this institution now?
9) Feminine hygiene ?!

 

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Which brand used to position itself as above?

10) Connect these images and the video to a brand

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Video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uP0cj4iGQMg

 

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Answers :

Ans1: Prem Watsa
Ans2: X: Bumiputra| Y: Ali | Z: Baba |  YZ:Ali Baba

Ans3: Eiffel Tower

Ans4: NEPC/Natural Energy Processing Company

Ans5: X:Parcheesi| Y:Scrabble| Z: Alfred Mosher Butts | W: Trivial Pursuit | V: Coleco |U:Hasbro

Ans6: Beck’s   http://www.becks.com/#/en/introduction

Ans7: Femina, Flair/Trend was bought by TOI | Blank: Eves (Eves weekly group)

Ans8: Population Foundation of India

Ans9: Lysol

Ans10: SF batteries

  • Promoted by Rajan Raheja promoted Exide
  • Furukawa Batteries is a partner
  • Has a partnership with UNICEF
  • Picture of Jumbo, the elephant| Jumbo is a brand from SF Sonic
  • Video: Salman Khan- brand ambassador

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Tata Crucible Primer – Tata Question #2

Tata Aircraft, whose main wartime activities were the assembly, repair and maintenance of military aircraft, were appointed the sole selling agents of the of the GOI for the disposal of surplus American goods lying at former American air bases in Bengal, Assam, the United Provinces and Sind. Tata Aircraft took over these goods and arranged for their disposal. Who was the Director-in-Charge of this company then?

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Sir Ghulam Mohammed (Founder of Mahindra & Mahindra, former finance minister of Pakistan)

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BHUBANESWAR TCQ PRELIMS QUESTIONS:-

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1. Who handed over first Maruti 800 car to Harpal Singh?

2. In mandarin, it is ke-ko-ke-le which means Happy Feelings in your mouth. What am I talking about?

3. What symbol is used in India for a non polluting and environmental friendly product during manufacturing and usage?

4. In the movie, Dil Se Srk Khan was working with which organisation?

5. This term was coined by Ben Hamersley which means “audible revolution” etc…..what am I talking about?

6. The name of the company comes from a biblical character, it means a container, it is something to do with travel accessories etc….what is it?

7. See the USA in your _________.

8. Which is the only state to have three stock exchanges?

9. Stamped coin in Sanskrit is a currency of a nation. What is this?

10. Kavita Choudhury acted in the DD serial UDAAN. She is famous in the advertising world as what?

11. Maurice Wilks & Spencer Wilks started something in 1947 etc…….

12. We can associate Elliot Handler, Bentley Bradley with this brand of toy, kids love it the most and demand for it from their parents. What is this?

13. A wax model of this commercial symbol was first to be placed in Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in 1994.it is the first ever commercial symbol to get a place in tussaud”s….

14. Carta blanca, eristoff vodka, greygoose…which bigger brand name is missing from the group?

15. Lumix Digital camera, viera plasma belongs to whom?

16. Minister Anand Sharma’s picture given and asked to identify

17. PNX is the ticker symbol of trading? This company is there in India now. Name the huge conglomerate?(Best question. stumped all..)

18. Fiama di wills logo was given and asked to identify.

19. I hate Love Story’s one of the producer is UTV, Which other production house produced it?

20. Amul advertisement was shown with the pic of P.Chidambaram with a bread n butter. As sweet as ______, is the taste of AMUL.The print ad was shown.

We missed out some easy questions like Dharma, Samsonite and yet again missed the dias. Kamal Rathi,my partner answered an audience question which was one of the difficult questions and got an audience quiz. I left after the first round of the finals, cause I was about to host a quiz at Confidence Factory at Rotary Club, Bhubaneswar by 5PM.Final questions to be collected and to be posted soon. When I left the hotel, XIMB was way ahead followed by Vizag Steel, Vodafone, IOC .Finally heard that XIMB won and Vizag Steel runners-up. Last time the XIMB professors were there in the finals but missed the bus. This time they were in full form. As Giri said beautifully, the quiz was a tribute to Teacher’s Day tomorrow.

NOTE:-The questions are not framed properly in a hurry.. Bye.. All the best.. Excuse me for this.

Ans1: Indira Gandhi

Ans2: Coca Cola

Ans3: Matka or a Pot

Ans4: AIR

Ans5: Podcast

Ans6: Samsonite

Ans7: Chevrolet

Ans8: Gujurat

Ans9: Taka

Ans10 : Lalitaji of surf

Ans11: Landrover

Ans12: Hotwheels

Ans13: Singapore Girl of Singapore airlines)

Ans14: Bacardi

Ans15: Panasonic

Ans17: POSCO

Ans19: Dharma Productions

Ans20: Budget