Monday, January 28, 2013

The Strategist Quiz (#290) Gaurav Sri Krishna / New Delhi Jan 28, 2013, 00:23 IST

  1. This word, also used in business journalism, refers to anything that is huge, astronomical, bumper and colossus. It originated from an imaginary land of giants in Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift. Name it.
  2. This business group originated in 1955 by the establishment of a sugar mill in Maharashtra. After losing the mill to cooperatives, it started manufacturing light dimmers and electronic gadgets. In early 1980s, its founder took a bank loan and launched an ambitious programme for producing colour TVs in collaboration with Toshiba of Japan and went on to be known as pioneers of colour TVs in India. Name the founder and business group.
  3. Name the business book, which is in the form of a parable and has characters with the names Deirdre, Bull, Mav, Einstein, Rambo, Maisie, and Andrea.
  4. With which industry is the Will Eisner Industry Awards connected?
  5. Which company launched a Tulsi-based family soap called Ralak in the late 80s?
  6. Why is a company founded in 1895 by Genzo Shimadzu being investigated by Japan’s transport ministry?
  7. Which brand innovated Planar, Protar, Tessar, Sonnar and Distagon?
  8. What is the term used to describe the use of an exploit to remove manufacturer or carrier restrictions from a device, such as cellphone or tablet? The exploit usually involves running a privilege escalation attack on a user’s device to replace the manufacturer’s factory-installed operating system with a custom kernel.
  9. ______are Crazy GoodTM. Fill in the blank with the brand name.
  10. Identify the famous brand from its logo?

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