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Current Event Quiz 10/31

October 31, 2008

1. The US launched air strikes into what nation this week?

2. Which company did not see their profits rise over 30% this week?
A) Viacom
B) Comcast
C) Sony

3. Which mogul is building a $2.3 billion project despite the high risk environment?
A) Donald Trump
B) Steve Wynn
C) Burce Ratner

4. NIKE founder, Phil Knight, donated $100 Million to who this week?
A) University of Oregon
B) OMSI
C) Oregon State University & Portland State University
D) Oregon Health Science University

5. The Dept. of Energy is considering releasing billions in loans to which US automaker?
A) GM
B) Ford
C) Chrysler

ANSWERS BELOW
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1. The US launched airstrikes into what nation this week?
SYRIA

2. Which companies did not see their profits rise over 30% this week?
A) Viacom
B) Comcast
C) Sony (they fell)

3. What mogul is building a $2.3 billion despite
A) Donald Trump
B) Steve Wynn
C) Burce Ratner

4. NIKE founder, Phil Knight, donated $100 Million to who this week?
A) University of Oregon
B) OMSI
C) Oregon State University & Portland State University
D) Oregon Health Science University

5. The Dept. of Energy is considering releasing billions in loans to which US automaker?
A) GM
B) Ford
C) Chrysler

  
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