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LEGO comes from which country?

Red, white and which other colour feature on the Pepsi logo?

In what industry did John Davidson Rockefeller get rich?

Which is the oldest airline in the English-speaking world?

What was sometimes used as currency in 18th century Siberia?

How many litres are there in a barrel of oil?

In which year did Pfizer Inc introduce it's Viagra drug to the market?

Warren Buffet revealed that his investment company purchased a $1 billion stake in which company in May 2016?

Which country produces the most opals?

South Africa is the world's leading exporter of what?

Which country produces the most silver?

Which country produces the most amber?

Which metal made the Bolivian city Potosi one of the richest cities in the world in the 17th century?

Which country produces the most gold?

In which country is the harbour city Inchon?

How many pennies were there in a pre decimal pound?

According to Forbes new Rich List for 2018, how many billionares are there in the world? 

The Spanish Doubloon was legal tender in the USA until which year?

Consumer goods such as pet food, toys, toothpaste and lipstick produced in what country were banned for safety violations worldwide in 2007?

What Apple debut was announced by the now famous $1.5 million television commercial "1984" directed by Ridley Scott?

Which US businessman who ran for presidency twice founded Electronic Data Systems?

Who is the richest person in Mexico and was from 2010 to 2013 ranked as the richest person in the world?

Besides Apple, what other company was founded by Steve Jobs?

Between 1975 and 1976, the United Kingdom fought the third 'Cod War' with which country as they battled for fishing rights in the North Atlantic?

Disneyland in California opened during whose presidency?

In 1987, an annoucement from US Treasury Secretary James Baker started what event?

Real estate listings often describe a home requiring repairs as being in need of what?

What do the letters in the name of the drugstore brand Pepcid AC stand for?

The popular burrito chain Chipotle is named after a type of what?

Since 2001, Gillette has offered a popular line of women's razors named after what mythological figure?

What company is referred to as "The House that Jack Built?"

On the 2010 Forbes 400 list, what billionaire identifies himself as residing in Medina, Washington?

From 2000-2016, the logo for the online web portal MSN has featured multicolored image of what animal?

The animated spokesbird Sonny often spouts the catchphrase "I'm cuckoo for" what?

What retailer offers customers its signature dish of Swedish meatballs?

Until 1834, John Jacob Astor was America's most successful businessman in what industry?

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?