Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Pune – Preliminary Round Questions
Barclays – Asish Behera and Amogh Deshpande
- RUNNER UP:
Tata Motors – Prathmesh and Aditya Ramani
Preliminary Round Questions:
1. What was inspired by an advert that spoke of 21 types of shows, projected 57 from a range that crossed 60 then and crosses 5700 today?
A. Heinz Ketchup
2. Designed by Belgian artist Michel Olyff, what emblem has a central square that symbolizes the results of human skills and inspiration and a circle that celebrates the gifts of nature?
A. World Heritage Site logo
3. What term for a financial institution that has an economic net worth less than zero but continues to operate was first used by Edward Kane in 1987 to explain the dangers of tolerating a large number of insolvent savings and loan associations?
A. Zombie Banks
4. Whose ad campaign? (logo of Lego was removed)
5. What were first worn by members of British armed forces in 1938 and were introduced to the US in the mid-1940s during World War 2 to allow paratroopers more room to hold radios and extra ammunitions?
A. Cargo pants
6. Which country earns 25 $ million annually by selling its domain name .co to companies?
7. The Outies awards honor individual and org. that are leaders in advancing equality for whom in America’s work places?
8. Old logo of which media giant?
A. Time Warner
9. Which brand approximately 2 cm in diameter and weighs 38g was first produced in Netherlands in 1948 runs ads in India which translates to light a bulb?
A. Mentos (Dimag Ki Batti Jalade)
10. What was first started by Chris Smith, a blogger from Buffalo, New York in Aug, 2011 at a wine-shop when he organized more than 100 people to purchase items from city wine merchant on Aug 5, 2011?
A. Cash Mob
11. What term did John Maynard Keynes used in his book The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money to describe the instincts and emotions that influence and guide human behaviors and which can be measured in terms of e.g., consumer confidence?
A. Animal Instincts
12. Print ad of which company?
13. The civil and military gazette was a daily English language newspaper founded in 1872 in British, India. Which Nobel Laureate was its associate editor from 1882-1887?
A. Rudyard Kripling
14. It was founded in 1874 by Eusebio Ludvig Fronman, a monk and according to some sources; it is the busiest pharmacy in the world. The pharmacy is duty free and the most prescribed drug is valium. Where would one find this pharmacy?
A. Vatican City
15. Which personal care brand manufactured motorcycles for military reconnaissance, were designed by P.G. Tacchi, who was granted a patent for the design in 1908?
A. Wilkinson’s Blade
16. Picture of a man. Identify.
A. François Pinault
17. The name of which publishing house is said to have been derived from the 13th century mansion of William De Blemond and is also an area in London?
18. Michael Thomasson started amassing his hoard in 1998. In 2012, Guinness certified it as the world’s largest collection of its kind. His collection of over 11,000 units has sold at an auction for $750000 to someone using the pseudonym “peeps_10091970”. What?
A. Video Games
19. This software pioneer has launched a new messaging app CHADDER with a focus on encryption and security. Who?
20. Logo of which company? (Options were Dupont, Solvay, BASF)
Questions compiled by Kamanasish Chowdhury of Q-factor Knowledge Solutions.