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  • A Super Bowl advertisement is the most expensive ad in television, and with the game between the New York Giants and New England Patriots expected to be the most-watched event of the year, there’s no doubt consumers will be paying attention. It’s a unique opportunity for advertisers, since Super Bowl ads have virtually become in-game content: for fans watching at home. This year’s ads on cost $3.5 million on average for every 30 seconds. Which advertisers have believed that the Super Bowl ad is

    Here are the top 10 Super-Bowl advertisers, ranked by total ad dollars spent in the past 10 years (2002-2011), according to media valuation firm Kantar Media.

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    A busy Friday, and several cross currents influencing the markets. The reports of imminent euro zone downgrades definitely gave everyone pause, but futures did not take another leg down.

  • Stocks ended near session highs Wednesday, but still closed narrowly mixed, as worries over the euro zone and declines in the energy sector limited gains.

  • Coke, Pepsi Slide on UBS Downgrade

    Coke and Pepsi stocks take a hit after UBS gave them a downgrade. Kaumil Gajrawala, analyst at UBS, explains why he made that call.

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    Take a look at some of Wednesday morning's early movers.

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    Culled from thousands of pages of 2012 outlook reports, 13 stocks are being called “The Most Recommended Stocks for 2012”, according to a new report from Birinyi Associates.

  • Stocks rebounded from earlier losses to finish narrowly mixed Thursday, with the S&P adding small gains to the New Year rally, ahead of a key government employment report. Stocks had been under pressure earlier in the session amid ongoing jitters over the European debt crisis and a decline in the euro to its lowest level since September 2010.

  • When a company pays for its product to be featured in a movie or a television show to increase brand awareness, it’s called product placement. This form of advertising has been around almost as long as movies and television shows themselves, and has long been a secondary source of income for networks and content producers. When factoring in commercial-skipping technology like DVR and on-demand programming, product placement becomes even more attractive for advertisers.However, this type of brand

    Nielsen has compiled the top programs with product placement, and the following is a list ranked by number of product placement occurrences in 2011.

  • Futures slipped again Thursday even after a handful of encouraging data on the employment front as ongoing jitters over the euro zone's debt crisis kept investors from jumping in.

  • In 2012, the weakened European economy will likely hurt multinationals more than domestic U.S. companies in the consumer staples sector, John Faucher, JP Morgan senior analyst, told CNBC Tuesday.

  • There are many stocks where, when you buy them, you need to understand that someday you will have to sell, Cramer says.

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    Bank of America Merrill Lynch issued a research note Wednesday, instituting "buy" ratings on Beam, Coca-Cola, Constellation Brands, and Pepsico, stating that U.S. global-beverage companies may be well positioned for long-term growth.

  • In light of the manic market, plenty of companies with consistent, sustainable cash flows and earnings are now on offer at a discount, say portfolio managers.

  • There's nothing more gratifying than seeing your child's face light up when you give them the perfect present for the holidays. Oh wait, yes there is: Seeing them succeed their whole life! And guess how you make that happen? You teach your kids about money and investing as young as possible, Cramer said.The earlier you start, the better off they will be. So, this year, instead of buying your kid the hottest toy that's going to make her friends drool, consider giving the gift that could keep on g

    Teaching your kids about investing while they're young can set them up for a lifetime of financial success and stability. Here's how Cramer recomemnds getting them started.

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    On Closing Bell this week, we're taking a closer look at volatility: why has it become so important? How is it traded? What does volatility say about the stock market and where it is going? But let's start with the basics...

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    Using research from Morningstar and S&P Capital IQ data, TheStreet.com has picked seven funds that could help investors get healthy returns with a minimal amount of risk to their capital along with a few of their top individual holdings.

  • Bill Miller | Chairman and CIO of LEgg Mason Inc.

    With hedge funds attracting the best talent and ETFs offering a lower cost alternative to retail investors, Bill Miller may be the last rock star to emerge from the mutual fund industry.

  • Although Pepsico management has been adamant that the company won't break-up, Street chatter suggests otherwise.

  • Pepsi is a globally recognized product of its namesake parent company, PepsiCo, but the conglomerate is made up of three subsidiaries: Frito-Lay, PepsiCo Beverage, and Quaker Foods.Most folks know Frito-Lay manufactures brand names such as Doritos and Stacy's Pita Chips, and that PepsiCo Beverage bottles and distributes a wide range of beverages, including the Tropicana and Gatorade brands. But there are other well-known brands that aren’t widely associated with the PepsiCo family, such as Crack

    There are many well-known food and beverage brands that aren’t widely associated with their parent company, PepsiCo. Here are a few.

  • Futures zig-zagged in volatile pre-market trading Friday after the monthly government non-farm payroll rose less than expected and as traders continued to closely monitor events in the euro zone as the G20 Summit in France took place.