Top Business Quizzes & Trivia

Think of the word business, and you’ll probably think of briefcases, computers, and men in three-piece suits. The word may conjure up positive thoughts (making money, getting promoted!) or negative ones (meetings that last all day, sharing a cubicle with the guy who cuts his toenails at work). But what does it really mean to work in the world of business?

From manufacturing to agriculture, from retail to real estate, the word ‘business’ describes a huge range of companies and workers. Are you thinking about a career in business someday? Do you just wish you knew more about what so many employees in the country do all day, every day? Take this quiz to explore the world of working in business!

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  • Who influenced you the most?

  • Do you have a 2-5 years plan?

  • What can I do to give my business a bounce? (From Nancy Summer’s Meeting at Convention)
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  • Where can I find the current hostess and customer specials?
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  • Why should I wear a “Cabo” pin? I don’t wear pins!
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  • If there are a lot of volatile business requirements and therefore the software is prone  to changes. Which model is appropriate if the changes vary enough for rehaul of certain systems
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  •       The following is NOT a SDLC model practiced in Cognizant
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  •      In Incremental  model, which of the following stages are incremented
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  •  You are a general manager.  You receive a telephone call from a man identifying himself as a federal investigator.  He tells you that he needs the address, date of birth, and social security number for an associate that he identifies by name.               You should:   

  • Any person who violates Stein Mart's ethics policy is subject to: 

  • A vendor from Dallas is making a visit to the corporate office.  During conversation, it is noted that the Buyer is planning a trip to Dallas to visit family.  The vendor offers to fly the Buyer back to Dallas on the Company plane.  The Buyer should: