Q1. Identify the Organization.
Q3. The co-founder, Kalle Lasn has reportedly started this foundation after an epiphany that there was something profoundly wrong with consumerism. It happened in a supermarket parking lot. Frustrated that he had to insert a quarter to use a shopping cart, he jammed a bent coin in so that the machine became inoperable. This act of vandalism was his first (quite literal) “culture jam" -- defined as an act designed to subvert mainstream society. This foundation has launched numerous international campaigns, including Buy Nothing Day, TV Turnoff Week and Occupy Wall Street, and is known for their "subvertisements" that spoof popular advertisements. Name this Media foundation?
Q4. This was one of the first Internet newspaper sites. This was produced by the New Media division of The News & Observer newspaper in Raleigh, North Carolina. In 1993, George Schlukbier, a news librarian from McClarthy newspapers became the first New Media Director, hired by Frank Daniels III, editor of the daily paper, to build this new division. The core developers for this effort were to prove that the Internet was a better partner for newspapers than AOL. Name it?
Q5. In 2002, the first ________ was offered on eBay. "Preemies" are smaller ones. From “Preemies” to regular ones the sizes can range from 4 to 22 inches. What are we talking about?
Q6. David Bloom, the currency strategist at HSBC, just unveiled a analysis of the links between different asset markets. He has constructed a correlation index to show how correlations have grown over time. He writes about that this tendency of the market had made life very difficult for hedge fund managers to add value since there has been little differentiation within asset classes; stocks have risen or fallen in tandem. What does David Bloom term this Index?
Q7. Which company is roped in by Bharati Airtel to manage 70 % of the network in India?