To fill the coveted post-Super Bowl spot, NBC aired a new, hourlong episode of "The Office." Its guest stars included Jack Black, Cloris Leachman and, as hot a star as ever, Jessica Alba.Alba has been in the news a lot lately, putting her at the top of Yahoo's ( YHOO) Buzz list, especially after conservative talk show host Bill O'Reilly called her a "pinhead." In light of the attention being paid to this star, Stockpickr.com and Stockerblog.com have compiled the Jessica Alba Stock Index, which is similar to the Dow Jones Industrial Average and tracks the publicly traded companies connected to Alba through such things as her films acting and endorsements. To read more, visit Stockpickr.com.
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