1. It was created by Carl Barks and first appeared in Four Color Comics #178, Christmas on Bear Mountain, published by Dell Comics in December, 1947. He was the main character in the comic book "A Financial Fable", comic ’s story deals with what will happen if everyone in a community become millionaires.--
2. This was popularized in the first decade of the 20th century. However, it took off only after the 1904 World’s Fair at St.Louis, when a stall owner, who was selling Zalabia, a crisp pastry from Persia, started helping out few of his neighbor vendors.
3. Paul Volcker, chairman of Barack Obama's White House Economic Recovery Advisory Board, criticized this and says that it create moral hazard. He further argues: it’s a signal to the firms that they can take reckless risks, and if the risks are realized, taxpayers pay the losses, also in the future. "The danger is the spread of moral hazard could make the next crisis much bigger". What was so heavily criticized?
4. A popular brand of cosmetics gets its name from the fiery red silk royal banner of medieval France, which was traditionally unfurled only on the battlefield. Its first logotype was given a royal touch, with regal ornaments surrounding its first naming character. Name the brand.
5. Only two executives know about this recipe of 11 herbs and spices. A third executive knows the combination to the safe where the handwritten recipe resides. Less than a handful of employees know the identities of these three executives and they are not allowed to travel together on the same plane or in the same car. After being locked in a safe for 68 years, this handwritten recipe was temporarily relocated to a secret-secure location.
6. Baburao Painter's Company, made a name for itself in early 1920s, in a certain sector. Later on his head of operation Baburao Pendharkar quit him and formed another company along with his cousin, Shantaram Vanakudre. They named their company on a hindi word which literary means “Dawn”.