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Q1 What do you call a web site that hasn't been updated for a long period?
Q2 In 1952, inspired by the workings of the ball-point pen, which form of fashion accessory was introduced into the market?

Q3 501, 505, 529, 550, 559 & 560. Just numbers? These are a few of this company's model numbers for their products. 2 mules could not pull them apart.

Q4 This businessman moved from New York to San Francisco during the gold rush, not to pan for gold but to sell supplies to miners. In the ensuing years, he made his riveted 'waist overalls' famous. Who was he?
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Which is the biggest ice-cream maker in Indian ?
HLL , Amul , Cream Bell or any else

don't know the answer

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EDIT: luckynawabs, did I get your Qs right?

Yes U did ..
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What country is the largest exporter of wine?

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Q1. His father Howard had wanted to be a journalist but worked in a bank, which retrenched him in the Depression. The family had so little money that his mother often skipped her dinner to give her husband a full portion. The second of three children and the only son, he was obsessed with numbers and facts and confessed very early on his desire to be rich. A favourite boyhood book was One Thousand Ways to Make $1000.
Q2. Born in 1835, he enjoyed his childhood in the bosom of an extended family. His father moved the family to the United States when he was in his early teens, but his accent and love of all things Scottish never left him. When the Civil War erupted, he was asked to take charge of US government railways and telegraphs, which he did with distinction. He was a republican and opposed slavery, and this was his great opportunity to serve the cause.
Q3. His first business venture, at 12 years old, arose from his hobby of philately. He had bought stamps at auction and realized that stamp sellers made good money, so got together a catalog of his and his friends' stamps and sold them via mail order. He made $2,000. Born in 1965 in Houston, Texas, he came of age at the dawn of personal computers, and they quickly became his real love. He hung around computer stores and eventually got his parents to give him a PC for his fifteenth birthday.
Q4. Described by his mother as a born mechanic, the greatest moment in his childhood was seeing a road engine, a steam vehicle used to haul farm machinery. It was the first vehicle he had seen not pulled by horses. Always tinkering, by age 15 he could fix almost any watch and seriously considered becoming a watch manufacturer. But the idea of the "horseless carriage" was too great and, without the support of his father, he began to build one in the workshop he had constructed on the family farm.
Q5. He grown up in the Depression, going with his father, a loan appraiser, to witness the repossession of family farms. His boyhood ambition was always to be a salesman, but after college and military service he began his retail career with the retailer J. C. Penney. After marrying Helen Robson, whose father put up some money, the
young couple opened a Ben Franklin variety store franchise in Newport, Arkansas.

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4) Between the yr 1916-1931 which currency was the legal tender in what is now Iraq?
Indian rupee

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Here is some Q's regarding Books
1.His strategy of Invest in what you know has made him a household name among investors. He also says that an important key to investing is that stocks are not lottery tickets, theres a company behind every stock and a reason companies and their stocks perform the way they do. He worked as a manager in Fidelity Magellan for thirteen years (till 90) and, with John Rothschild, co-wrote bestselling books on investment strategies, including One Up On Wall Street and Beating The Street. Name him

2. In his book, he describes the fall of a great British financial institution, and lists three major reasons for the collapse - Panic, Ignorance and Greed - the so-called PIG Factor. Name him and the book

3. He progressed from a mere trainee to a Triumphal Big Swinging **** (in bond trading) through the dealing rooms of Salomon Brothers in NYC and London. His book is named after a game similar to the card game called `I doubt it. He has also written another book - The New New Thing. Name him.

4. It was first published in Korean (in 89) as Its a Big World and Theres Lots to be Done and sold 1.3 million copies within the first 20 months. It is an expression of this entrepreneurs desire to share his personal experiences with younger Koreans, and is his autobiography. What is the book better known as (in its English translation)? Every Street is Paved With Gold
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Q3) reliance capital has picked up stake in a upcomin e-travel site,name it?
Yatra Online. It has three investors - Reliance Capital, TV18 and Norwest Venture Partners -they have invested $5 million in the online travel company started by the ex-founders of Ebookers. Yatra Online will offer reservations for airlines, trains, hotels and car rentals via mobile phone and its Web site.

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Indentify the following Indian Businessmen
Easy one to start with

1. He has risen from humble beginnings in 1970s as a bicycle parts manufacturer, knitwear and stainless steel utensils in Ludhiana. His father was an MP in the Indian parliament and a friend of Prime Minister Narasimha Rao. He partnered with Siemens to produce telephone equipments.

2. He graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur with a BS in Engineering in 1975. He is originally from India, has United States citizenship, and is presently based in the United Kingdom. He was a director of AirTouch from July 1995 and was President and Chief Operating Officer from February 1997 to June 1999.

3. I wrote my first article in 1979 when I began writing for The Economic Times. I began serious writing in 1988 when I became the Mumbai correspondent of Financial Times. Then Business Maharajas happened, where I profiled eight top businessmen of India.

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