Quiz: Which organizations change leadership the least?

Pope Francis delivers his Angelus prayer and blessing to the pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s Square on March 17, 2013 in Vatican City.

It's international quiz time on the Marketplace Morning Report. Stephan Richter, editor-in-chief of the online international affairs magazine, The Globalist, brings us the question below. 

Going back to 1892, which of the following institutions has seen the fewest changes in leadership?

a. The Catholic Church
b. IBM
c. The United States
d. General Electric
e. The United Kingdom

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d. General Electric. CEO Jeffrey Immelt is the company's ninth leader since 1892.


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Stephan Richter is the publisher and editor-in-chief of The Globalist, a daily online magazine on the global economy, politics and culture.
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If, by the United Kingdom, you mean "Prime Ministers," then you are correct. However, your answer is incorrect if the Head of State (i.e. the Monarch) is the "leadership" of the United Kingdom. There have only been a total of six queens and kings of the UK since 1892 (including Victoria and QEII).

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