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  • Top 5 greatest Super Bowl ads

    In addition to football, Super Bowl XLVII will bring a new crop of ads to rate, discuss, and chuckle over Monday morning. But while several Super Bowl ads hold our attention for hours or days, very few stand the test of time. Here are five that do, from special frogs to an iconic ad from a master director. Can you guess which ad took the (highly subjective) top spot? Did we miss your all-time favorite?

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  • Top 5 greatest Super Bowl ads

    In addition to football, Super Bowl XLVII will bring a new crop of ads to rate, discuss, and chuckle over Monday morning. But while several Super Bowl ads hold our attention for hours or days, very few stand the test of time. Here are five that do, from special frogs to an iconic ad from a master director. Can you guess which ad took the (highly subjective) top spot? Did we miss your all-time favorite?

  • Stocks drop on weak Apple sales

    Stocks fell on Wall Street Thursday after the tech giant Apple warned of weaker sales. Airline stocks were mostly higher, despite rising fuel costs.

  • Obamacare fee to offset costs of pre-existing conditions

    Obamacare fee may come as somewhat of a surprise to companies and employees as part of the President's health-care overhaul legislation. The Obamacare fee will take effect in 2014.

  • Fiscal cliff: for Obama and liberals, a wary alliance (+video)

    After a White House meeting Tuesday, liberal leaders expressed confidence that President Obama would make sure fiscal remedies don't hurt middle and low-income Americans. But entitlements are still on the table.

  • Finger scans to get federal childcare vouchers protested

    Mississippi childcare operators are protesting the planned November start of a program using finger scans for identification of parents checking their kids into childcare funded by federal vouchers.  The state says it will save money; opponents say it’s intrusive and unproven.

  • The New Economy Jobs outlook is tepid, but investors don't have to be glum

    Job growth is subdued and could stay that way well into 2013, but that doesn't mean investors can't profit by choosing stocks wisely. J.P. Morgan is introducing a new Nifty Fifty for the world's emerging markets.

  • Opinion Why it won't be a problem if Marissa Mayer stumbles

    Yahoo! Inc. appointing Marissa Mayer as its new CEO is being hailed as a victory for women in technology, women business leaders, and even for mothers in the workplace. But it is not a signal that parity has been reached.

  • Haunted by Europe, US market can't get ahead

    While The Street was able to ignore Europe's struggles for the past few days, the struggles of Spain on Friday proved too much for the market to bear. As Spain's stock market plunged 6 percent, the Dow Jones dropped 120 points to close at 12,822.

  • As Mayer takes reins at Yahoo, what's her first order of business?

    Marissa Mayer started her new job Tuesday, leading her former rival, Yahoo. Mayer will be Yahoo's fifth CEO in the past five years.

  • Donald Marron Rio+20: Green infrastructure gets its day to shine

    Held two decades ago, the original Earth Summit gathered world leaders in Rio de Janeiro to try to grapple with climate change, biological diversity, and other environmental challenges. Rio+20 is smaller, but still generating interesting ideas.