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1. Provide intercity passenger train service in the United States. National Railroad Passenger Corporation doing business under this brand. Answer: Amtrak.

2. American corporation based in Moline. Manufacturer of agricultural machinery. Answer: John Deere.

3. Founded 1960. Second-largest pizza chain in the United States. Answer: Domino’s Pizza.

4. Japanese multinational information technology equipment and services company. Chiefly makes computing products. Answer: Fujitsu.

5. A British multinational grocery and general merchandise retailer. Is the grocery market leader in the UK. Answer: Tesco.

6. Non-governmental environmental organization. Ensure the ability of the earth to nurture life in all its diversity. Answer: Greenpeace.

7. International doughnut and coffee retailer. Founded in 1950 by William Rosenberg in Quincy, Massachusetts. Answer: Dunkin’ donuts.

8. Canadian fast casual restaurant. Known for its coffee and doughnuts. Answer: Tim Horton’s.

9. Toy Headquarters. American developer and publisher of video games. Answer: THQ.

10. American footwear manufacturer. First product was a flexible arch support. Answer: New Balance.

11. American chain of fast-food. Part of Yum! Brands. Answer: Taco Bell.

12. American children’s television series. Created by Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett. Answer: Sesame Street.

13. Division of PepsiCo. Manufactures corn chips, potato chips and other snack foods. Answer: Frito-Lay.

14. Swedish car manufacturer. Svenska Aeroplan AB (aktiebolaget). Answer: Saab.

15. American multinational banking and financial services corporation. Third-largest non-oil company in the U.S. Answer: Bank of America.

16. Large office supply chain store. The retail slogan is "That was easy”. Answer: Staples.

17. Transparent, lemon-lime flavoured, caffeine free soft drink. Produced by the Coca-Cola Company. Answer: Sprite.

18. Food company. Known for its ketchup. Answer: Heinz.

19. U.S. airline and a subsidiary of AMR Corporation. Dallas/Fort Worth is the airline’s largest hub. Answer: American Airlines.

20. Global provider of personal computer accessories. Known for its keyboards and mices. Answer: Logitech.

21. Instant messaging application for smartphones. Answer: Whatsapp.

22. Nicknamed "The Flying Kangaroo". Flag carrier of Australia. Answer: Qantas.

23. Was a semiconductor technology corporation. Was acquired by Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in 2006. Answer: ATI.

24. Financial company from Brasil, headquartered in Osasco. One of the biggest banking and financial services company in Brazil. Answer: Banco Bradesco.

25. American children’s channel. Often simply called Nick. Answer: Nickelodeon.

26. Brand of industrial and automotive lubricants. Part of the BP's Group. Answer: Castrol.

27. Quality You Can Taste. British manufacturer of large luxury sports cars. Answer: Aston Martin.

28. Regional chain of fast food restaurants with locations in the western United States. Answer: In-n-Out Burger.

29. Japanese multinational consumer electronics company. Developer of the Game Boy. Answer: Nintendo.

30. International charity, headquartered in New York City. Created on December 11, 1946. Answer: UNICEF.

31. Open-standard communications protocol for message-oriented middleware based on XML. Instant messenger Jabber is using this protocol. Answer: XMPP.

32. Toy and juvenile-products retailer. Founded in 1948. Answer: Toysrus.

33. Package delivery company. Well known for its brown trucks, internally known as package cars. Answer: UPS.

34. Collection of Internet sites and services. Also an Internet service provider. Answer: MSN.

35. Fictional character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio. Introduced in Japan in 1974 and brought to the United States in 1976. Answer: Hello Kitty.

36. Agency of the United States government. Is responsible for the nation’s civilian space program and for aeronautics and aerospace research. Answer: NASA.

37. Played a vital role in the development of the home–personal computer industry in the 1970s and 1980s. Desktop Computer, developed and marketed the world’s best-selling desktop computer. Answer: Commodore.

38. Swiss luxury watchmaker. Omega is owned by the Swatch Group. Answer: Omega.

39. American video game developer and publisher founded. Wow. Answer: Blizzard.

40. American multinational Pharmaceutical Corporation. Founded by Charles Pf... Answer: Pfizer.

41. British luxury fashion house. Answer: Burberry.

42. International chain of doughnut stores. Founded by Vernon Rudolph in 1937. Answer: Krispy Kreme.

43. American multinational financial services corporation. Best known for its credit card, charge card, and traveller’s cheque businesses. Answer: American Express.

44. International satellite and cable TV channel. Variety of reality shows and documentary programs. Answer: HISTORY.

45. Designer and marketer of clothing. Youth Against Establishment, slogan. Answer: Volcom.

46. Brand name for a number of potato chips. Part of the PepsiCo Group. Answer: Lay’s.

47. 1998 renamed in ... Swiss company and watch manufacturer. Answer: Swatch.

48. Was a major South Korean chaebol (conglomerate). Answer: Daewoo.

49. National bank that constitutes the consumer and commercial banking subsidiary. Bank is headquartered in Chicago. Answer: Chase Manhattan Bank.

50. American multinational retailer corporation. Largest public corporation when ranked by revenue and biggest private employer. Answer: Walmart.


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