Social media lit up during the big game's power outage as companies looked for an edge against competitors.
A winning quarterback's salty language and a prolonged blackout spoil the Tiffany network's big day.
With dozens of advertisers crowding TV's biggest night of the year, Bud and Tide stood out, while GoDaddy lost big.
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The annual indicator says no matter which team wins, investors will have a very good year.
As pro football looks to expand its overseas fan base, league officials have been working hard to gain a new audience in the People’s Republic ahead of the Super Bowl.
The team had a rough ride after its August IPO. But its stock price has ticked up in recent weeks, much to the delight of billionaire investor George Soros.
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