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Short Shorts, a 1958 hit by The Royal Teens, was the basis for what drugstore brand's classic TV jingle?

What does the "T" stand for in the Disney acronym EPCOT?

The longtime spokesman for Motel 6, Tom Bodett ad-libbed the famous slogan, "We'll" do what "for you"?

The addictive jingle "I want my baby back" refers to what Chilli's Grill and Bar dish?

What drugstore remedy was originally called "Mixture Cholera Infatum" by its creator?

When was Vaporub, acquirred by Procter & Gamble in 1985 and branded Vicks, first sold?

Responsible for "artist and repertoire", an A&R person is a powerful figure in what industry?

What food-related phrase refers to a simple task or an easily achieved goal?

What airplane-related business phrase refers to a program management view?

What airplane-related business phrase refers to the highest management overview?

What business phrase refers to measuring against something?

What business phrase refers to a tried and tested methodology?

What business phrase refers to idealistic or visionary ideas, not always with practical application?

What business phrase refers to where a process is held up?

What business phrase refers to where a collection of key indicators?

What business phrase refers to the customer being the main focus?

What business phrase refers to completing the task?

What business phrase refers to working in multiple directions simultaneously?

What business phrase refers to a finished product or outcome?

What business phrase refers to reducing the number of employees through a lay-off?

What business phrase refers to taking the point of view of a customer about a product or service?

What business phrase refers to content that is always relevant?

What business phrase refers to the current popular or trending activity?

What business phrase refers to a contract clause which richly rewards a key employee in the case of termination?

What business phrase refers to a contract clause richly and perhaps excessively rewarding a key executive if termination is due to corporate takeover or merger?

What business phrase refers to a central idea to which other ideas are linked?

What business phrase refers to knowing what's going on and being kept informed?

What business phrase refers to being immersed or entangled in details or complexities?

What business phrase refers to discussing the viewpoints of each organization and coming to an agreement or compromise?

What business phrase refers to redundancies on a large scale?

What business phrase refers to processes within processes?

What business phrase refers to buying in a product or service that is already completed?

What business phrase refers to sustainable improvement of key performance metrics?

What business phrase refers to a collection of proposals or schemes?

What business phrase refers to moving a project along to the next appropriate person?

What business phrase refers to a small component's ability to grow within a larger system?

What business phrase refers to a system, process, department, etc. that operates in isolation from others?

What business phrase refers to a system for process improvement by error reduction?

What business phrase refers to a group or individual affected by the outcome of a decision?

What business phrase refers to the task or item most likely to delay a project or consume the most resources?

What business phrase refers to the foundations of an idea, which helps another related scheme or proposal?

What business phrase refers to any aspect of an object that differentiates it from similar objects?

What business phrase refers to providing a product or service which makes everyone happy, particularly both buyer and seller?

What business phrase refers to an array of possible actions to take in response to a problem?

What business phrase refers to up to date or new methods?

What fast food franchise offers "Stackers" that allow customers to double, triple, or quadruple their burgers?

What city's stock exchange is home to the FTSE 100 index, informally known as the "footsie"?

What European city is known as the center of the world's diamond trade?

The logo for the Goodyear tire company features the winged foot of what Roman god?

The 2007 finance book "Grande Expectations", chronicles what U.S. company's stock prices?