Stacey Vanek Smith
Feb 3, 2012 Facebook announced this week that it'll open its books and sell its shares to the public. What does this mean for Facebook's 800 million users?
Feb 3, 2012 Indianapolis will be hosting the Super Bowl this weekend. The attention could bring about $200 million by some estimates, and the city hopes it'll calculate to long-term growth.
Feb 3, 2012 Else we send a linebacker to your house
Feb 3, 2012 Nevada led the nation in the number of home foreclosures last year, a fact that could help steer the caucus there tomorrow. States have until Monday to decide if they want to join a national settlement with banks over abusive mortgage practices. In the U.K., restaurants and bars have declared war on the straw. And we dig into the January unemployment numbers from the government.
Jan 31, 2012 More importantly, what's this football game that keeps interrupting them?
Feb 1, 2012 What's it like to create an ad for the Super Bowl? The ad agency Deutsch L.A. produced a memorable ad for Volkwagen. Chief creative officer Mark Hunter discusses the creative process behind what goes into making those million-dollar commercials.
Feb 2, 2012 Mark Hunter, chief creative officer at Deutsch L.A., dissects Volkswagen's 2012 Super Bowl commercial, "The Dog Strikes Back."
Jan 31, 2012 Because we all need more screens, right?
Speaking of Samsung: it’s got a new thing it wants you to buy by convincing you that it’s something that doesn’t already exist
Jan 31, 2012 Got that? Good. Go sports teams!