City A.M.'s 2016 Christmas quiz: Do you know your Philip Greens from your Philip Hammonds?

 
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Sir Philip Green has been in the news a fair bit this year (Source: Getty)

It's been a busy year in the City of London and beyond.

Sir Philip Green, Mike Ashley, Brexit and Donald Trump have kept City A.M. busy.

Read more: Editor's 2016 review: What a year it has been

But have you been paying attention? Do you know your Philip Greens from your Philip Hammonds? Your Donald Trumps from your Donald Ducks? Your Theresa Mays from your Christian Mays?

Try City A.M.'s 2016 quiz here:

Victorian workhouse

Which company's working practices were compared to those of a "Victorian workhouse" by a committee of MPs?

Brexit

Where else to start but the EU referendum. Which of these individuals did NOT back Brexit?

Facebook

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan announced plans in September to...

Network Rail

Earlier this month, City A.M. revealed that Network Rail had made £1.4m from what?

Marmite

Which supermarket was embroiled in a row with Unilever in October that subsequently became known as Marmitegate and Marmageddon?

Trump victory

Which high-profile business character had a child born in New York on US election election day?

Sir Philip Green

In August, when confronted by a Sky News reporter, Sir Philip Green said the words: "That's going in the f****** sea." What was he referring to?

Angelina Jolie

We were all saddened to hear the news of Angelina Jolie's split from Brad Pitt this year. But which London institution is she associated with?

Christmas adverts

Which retail company's Christmas advert this year featured a group of multicoloured yetis?

New fiver

Which group of individuals took issue with the Bank of England's new £5 note this year?

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