The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street April Fools' Quiz

Happy April Fools' Day! We here at The Five Dumbest Lab love April Fools' Day. In fact, it's our favorite holiday because nobody likes to celebrate foolish behavior more than we do.

But before we run off to pull a prank on one of our friends on Wall Street, we leave you with The Five Dumbest Things April Fools Quiz, recapping the silly shenanigans of the first quarter of 2010. Answering correctly could win you an autographed copy of Jim Cramer's latest book, Getting Back to Even.

Enter by midnight Thursday, April 1, by e-mailing your answers here with the words "Contest Entry" in the subject line. We'll rerun the column Friday, April 2, with the answers and the name of the winner. If there is more than one correct entry, we'll have a drawing.

Good luck!

1. After Dubai ran into financial troubles and was unable to service its multibillion debt load, it was bailed out by neighboring emirate Abu Dhabi. To show its appreciation, Dubai's ruler changed the name of the world's largest skycraper from "Burj Dubai" to what?

A. Dubai State Building

B. Mega Burj

C. Burj Khalifa

D. Burjer King

2. For what reason did Michael Skarzynski resign from his job as CEO of radio ratings provider Arbitron (ARB) in January?

A. sleeping on the job

(ARB) B. lying to Congress

C. payola

(ARB) D. Crayola

(ARB)

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