The Biz Quiz 16 September 2010 Questions

1. Which internationally-recognised toy brand has been told it cannot trademark its product? ( )Barbie ( )Sony PlayStation ( )Lego ( )Monopoly

2. Why did seven people sustain minor injuries at Sainsbury's in the Kingsmead Shopping Centre, Farnborough? aisle ( )A carton of Fairy Liquid spilled in an ( )A coffee machine exploded ( )A large pile of baked bean cans collapsed OAPs ( )A shopping trolley ran into some

3. Union members at which organisation are threatening to strike during the Conservative Party conference? ( )BBC ( )Brighton Hotel Cooperative ( )Daily Mail ( )Brighton Taxis Ltd

4. The Basel III agreement has been signed. What does it concern? cheese ( )Global quality standards for Swiss ( )Reforms to global banking ( )The future price of cotton

( )Protection of EU industries against takeover

5. How many iPads does Apple expect to sell in 2011? ( )28 million ( )9 million ( )3.5 million ( )12.5 million

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6. Robert Chote has been named as the new head of the OBR. What is the OBR? ( )Outsourcing Business Registrar ( )Official Brand Register ( )Office for Budget Responsibility ( )Online Business Regulator

7. Which business has just been kicked out of the ethical "FTSE4Good" index? ( )Primark ( )Nestle ( )BP ( )Northern Rock

8. Steve Elop has been chosen to become the new CEO of... ( )Channel 4 ( )Matalan ( )H&M ( )Nokia

9. Which major grocery retailer has finally decided to trial online shopping? ( )Sainsbury's ( )Asda ( )Morrisons ( )Waitrose

10. Customer complaints about what have risen by 18% in 2010? (according to the Office of Fair Trading)? ( )Offensive online advertising ( )Second-hand cars ( )Hotels in England & Wales ( )Mobile phone tariffs

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1 Lego 2 A coffee machine exploded 3 BBC 4 Reforms to global banking 5 28 million 6 Office for Budget Responsibility 7 BP 8 Nokia 9 Morrisons 10 Second-hand cars

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