With dozens of advertisers crowding TV's biggest night of the year, Bud and Tide stood out, while GoDaddy lost big.
After the automaker's Super Bowl ad came under fire this week, 2 organizations rise to the company's defense.
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.
There's less of the favored game snack around than there was last year, but football fans will still get their fill.
The commercial took aim at Pepsi and Coke, and that put the broadcaster in a very uncomfortable position.
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