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December 24, 2011 at 8:00 PM

What's your business IQ?

A Boeing 787 takes off from Boeing Field for a test flight with Mount Rainier visible in the background. (Photo by Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)

BIZ QUIZ | 2011 separated the winners from the losers of the Great Recession. The bigs — Microsoft, Amazon.com, Starbucks — got bigger; a few more small community banks disappeared. Boeing delivered its long-delayed 787 Dreamliner and 747-8 cargo jet and sealed the tanker deal with the Pentagon. So take this test and see if you’re a winner. Good luck!

Select your answers and press submit to see your score. Some questions may have more than one answer. Compiled by Seattle Times business staff.

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Scoring formula

12-15: You could run the country.
8-11: You could run a major corporation.
4-7: You could run a bank.
0-3: You could run a bank into the ground.

Compiled by Seattle Times business staff

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