1. American multinational automotive corporation. The world’s largest automaker, by vehicle unit sales, in 2011. Answers: General Motors.
2. American multinational toy and board game company. Largest producer of board games in the world. Answers: Hasbro.
3. American car rental company. Founded in 1958 in Los Angeles, California by Morris Mirkin. Answers: Budget.
4. Non-profit corporation to support software projects. Eponymous HTTP server. Answers: Apache.
5. American-based, multinational automaker. Product lines are also Dodge and Jeep. Answers: Chrysler.
6. Home products line that includes preparation, storage, containment, and serving products. Still sold mostly through a party plan. Answers: Tupperware.
7. Computer peripherals and hardware company headquartered in Fremont, California. Products are high-speed DRAM modules and ATX power supplies. Answers: Corsair.
8. U.S. airline headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. One of the four founding members of the Sky Team airline alliance. Answers: Delta Air Lines.
9. Video game console developed by and produced for Microsoft. Competes with Sony’s playstation 3 and Nintendo’s Wii. Answers: Xbox 360.
10. Dutch entertainment company. Some of the most well-known events include Defqon.1, Mystery Land and Qlimax. Answers: Q-Dance.
11. American car rental company. Founded by Walter L. Jacobs in 1918. Answers: Hertz.
12. American chemical company. Developed many polymers such as nylon, Teflon and Kevlar. Answers: DuPont.
13. American manufacturer of batteries and personal care products. Company has its foundation in the Eveready Battery Company. Answers: Energizer.
14. Name of a proprietary commercial software presentation program. Developed by Microsoft. Answers: PowerPoint.
15. Logistics services company, based in the United States. The movie "Cast Away" is about an employee of this company. Answers: FedEx.
16. Major video game developer and publisher. Brand is mostly known for Grand Theft Auto and Max Payne. Answers: Rockstar Games.
17. American corporation in the sporting goods and retail industries. Founded in 1948 by Richard "Dick" Stack at the age of 18. Answers: Dicks Sporting Goods.
18. Designs, manufactures and sells electric cars. Gained widespread attention by producing the first fully electric sports car. Answers: Tesla.
19. American publisher of games. The company popularized the collectible card game genre with "Magic: The Gathering". Answers: Wizards of the Coast.
20. American company which manufactures clothing, particularly underwear. Main business focus is on branded products for consumers ranging from children to senior citizens. Answers: Fruit of the Loom.
21. Video game console which was released by Sega. It was the first console to include a built-in modem and Internet support for online play. Answers: Dreamcast.
22. A video game series created in the United Kingdom. Gameplay focuses on an open world where the player can choose missions to progress an overall story. Answers: GTA.
23. Flag carrier and largest airline of Hawaii. Has never had a fatal accident in its entire history. Answers: Hawaiian Airlines.
24. Canadian multinational information technology consulting company. Also known for systems integration, outsourcing and IT-solutions. Answers: CGI.
25. British multinational banking and financial services company. Established to finance British trade in the Far East. Answers: HSBC.
26. Cruise company. All ships have names ending in "of the Seas". Answers: Royal Caribbean.
27. Circus company from Montreal, Canada. Offers a mix of acrobatics, theatre and live music. Answers: Cirque du Soleil.
28. American corporation that produces mostly paper-based consumer products. Brand name products include "Kleenex" facial tissue and "Kotex" feminine hygiene products. Answers: Kimberly-Clark.
29. Canadian video game developer. Well known games are Baldur’s Gate and Mass Effect. Answers: Bioware.
30. Largest United States satellite broadcaster. In the beginning known as EchoStar. Answers: Dish.
31. American, privately held, multinational computer technology corporation. Develops, manufactures, sells and supports flash memory products and other computer-related memory products. Answers: Kingston Technology.
32. Third largest take-out and delivery pizza restaurant chain in the United States. Slogan is "Better Ingredients. Better pizza. Answers: Papa John’s Pizza.
33. Social networking website. Is mainly used for professional networking. Answers: Linkedin.
34. American multinational automaker. Fifth-largest automaker in the world based on annual vehicle. Answers: Ford.
35. American global aerospace, defense, security, and advanced technology company. One of the world’s largest defense contractors. Answers: Lockheed Martin.
36. Provides server and desktop virtualization, networking and cloud computing technologies. One product is the xenserver. Answers: Citrix.
37. American company that publishes comic books. Counts among its characters such well-known properties as Spider-Man, the X-Men and Iron Man. Answers: Marvel.
38. One of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Was confiscated during World War I and subsequently established as an independent American company. Answers: Merck.
39. MPEG-4 compatible Video-Codec. One of several codecs commonly associated with "ripping". Answers: DivX.
40. Multinational agricultural biotechnology corporation. It is the world’s leading producer of the herbicide glyphosate, marketed in the Roundup brand. Answers: Monsanto.
41. California-based American manufacturer of digital video hardware and software. Company was founded in 1986 by Ajay Chopra, Mirek Jiricka and Randall Moore. Answers: Pinnacle.
42. American film production company. The company is best known for producing the Star Wars films. Answers: Lucasfilm.
43. German car manufacturer. Current model range includes sports cars from the Boxster roadster to their most famous product, the 911. Answers: Porsche.
44. American company that specializes in footwear. Originally stood for "Drools Clothing". Answers: DC Shoes.
45. American car rental company. Corporate motto is "We Try Harder". Answers: Avis.
46. Canadian-based international hotel management company. Hotels are very luxury, always with five-stars. Answers: Four Seasons.
47. Manufactures tires for automobiles and commercial trucks. Invented vulcanized rubber in 1839. Answers: Goodyear.
48. Second-largest personal lines insurer in the United States. Current advertising campaign is "Are you in good hands?". Answers: Allstate.
49. Largest film exhibitor in Canada. Owns leases or has a joint-venture interest in 130 theatres with 1,352 screens. Answers: Cineplex.
50. American corporation which develops and manufactures printing and imaging products. Global Slogan: "Print less, save more". Answers: Lexmark.