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Weekly Biz Quiz 10/3

October 3, 2008


1. US Senators this week are trying to block a large advertising partnership with what two companies?
a) Google – Yahoo
B) NBC – ABC
C) Comcast – Direct TV
D) Clear Channel – Rueters
2. What major department store announced this week they will be ceasing to use paper or plastic bags?
a) Wal-Mart
b) JC Penny
c) Kohls
d) IKEA

3. Which company  has been ordered by state regulators to pay over $30 million back to its customers
a) PGE
b) NW Natural Gas
c) Pacific Power
d) Waste Management (Oregon branch)

4. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer received criticism for what this week?

5. What was the final verdict of the Chinese Olympic gymnast age controversy issue?

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US Senators this week are trying to block a large advertising partnership with what two companies?
a) Google – Yahoo
NBC – ABC
Comcast – Direct TV
Clear Channel – Rueters

Whta major department store announced this week they will be ceasing to use paper or plastic bags?
a) Wal-Mart
b) JC Penny
c) Kohls
d) IKEA

Which company  has been ordered by state regulators to pay over $30 million back to its customers
a) PGE
NW Natural Gas
Pacific Power
Waste Management (Oregon branch)

Microsoft CEO Ballmer received criticism for what this week?
For his $1.3 million salary/bonuses

What was the final verdict of the Chinese Olympic age issue?

They were cleared and found of legal age.

  
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