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Triva Questions, Leaders And More

Tuesday, 3 Apr 2007 | 2:37 PM ET

Here are our trivia questions for today and a look at the current leaderboard, as done on "Power Lunch." The video question is worth $2,000 Bonus Bucks: Which airline was ranked #1 in the 2007 Airline Quality Ranking Survey? The news question is worth $1,000 Bonus Bucks: South Korea sold roughly how many cars in the United States in 2006?

Go here to select your answers and click on the Bonus Bucks link on the left hand side.

Million Dollar Update
A leader board update as well as the most actively traded stocks in the CNBC Million Dollar Portfolio Challenge, with CNBC's Bill Griffeth and Sue Herera

Name Portfolio Value
1. Deborah Taft $2,579,876.30
2. Chad Mazeika 2,335,021.34
3. Chris Humphrey 2,326,387.79
4. Ken Guillory 2,203,742.25
5. Parker Robinson 2,198,007.75

Most Actives as of the close on 4/2:
CMGI
Crystallex International
Vonage
Revlon
Conexant
Oilsands Quest
Fremont General
Technical Olympics USA
Sirius

Widely Helds as of the close on 4/2:
CMGI with 4,297,148,241 shares held (CMGI has been on the top of the list for many days, and double the amount of shares held that Revlon.
Revlon: 2,013,463,064 shares held.
Conexant: 1,522,476,589 shares held.
Crystallex International: 1,444,722,372 shares held.
Sirius: 1,296,768,053 shares held.
Vonage: 987,580,077 shares held.

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