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5 Super Bowl Commercials Offering Up Game Day Snack Attacks

If your New Year's resolution isn't toast by now, companies from Frito-Lay to Taco Bell are going to do whatever they can to add to your Super Bowl calorie count.

5 Super Bowl Commercials That Want A Bite of Your Game Day Snacks

If your New Year's resolution isn't toast by now, companies from Frito-Lay to Taco Bell are going to do whatever they can to add to your Super Bowl calorie count.

2016 Super Bowl Commercial Preview: These 5 Brands Want Your Money Most

From bailed-out automakers to out-of-vogue beverage companies, there is no shortage of brands willing to spend millions on a Super Bowl makeover.

How to Beat a Speeding Ticket, Or at Least Outrun Its Costs

You can have an officer's radar gun examined or try arguing down to a lesser offense in court, but the best defense comes before a ticket is issued.

5 Companies Gambling on a First-Time Super Bowl Ad

With commercials during Super Bowl 50 costing between $4.5 million and $5 million for 30 seconds, a first-time advertiser is taking a big leap of faith.

5 Car Companies Driving Their Ads to the Super Bowl

Hyundai is the NFL's official auto sponsor, but that isn't going to stop Mini from paying millions to try to get people to stop labeling it a small car company.

5 Car Companies Driving To The Super Bowl

Hyundai is the NFL's official auto sponsor, but that isn't going to stop Mini from paying millions to try to get people to stop labeling it a small car company.

5 Super Bowl Brands That Want Your Money Most

From bailed-out automakers to out-of-vogue beverage companies, there are no shortage for brands willing to spend millions on a Super Bowl makeover.

Don't Let Market Volatility Maul Your Long-Term Savings

Financial advisors remind recession-shocked investors that it's better to ride out turbulence than to sell low and run from it.

Don't Let Market Volatility Maul Your Long-Term Savings

Financial advisors remind recession-shocked investors that it's better to ride out turbulence than to sell low and run from it.

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