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A 'Top Chef' Shares a Quick Recipe That Can Help You Reduce Food Waste
Planning a Super Bowl party this Sunday? Here's an idea to rescue your leftover nachos.
Super Bowl Provides Opportunity for Local Businesses to Score Big
There will be millions of gatherings to watch the game, and just about every snack will have been purchased close to home.
Here's How Celebrity Chef Sunny Anderson Brought Her Super Bowl-Ready Snack Stadium to Market
It's all in the research.
3 estrategias para conquistar a tus clientes en el Super Bowl (y siempre)
Si tu negocio es un bar o restaurante, el Super Bowl 2018 será una oportunidad para atraer a más clientes cualquier día con acciones de marketing.
3 Things Entrepreneurs Can Look Forward to at the Super Bowl
Get something out of the game, even if you aren't into sports.
Watch All of the Best Super Bowl Ad Teasers Here Before Sunday's Big Game
From Amazon's Alexa losing her voice to an imperative to support local businesses, here's a glimpse of the commercials that have circulated so far.
What Tom Brady's Super Bowl Turnaround Can Teach Us about Losing
Computers gave the Patriots just a 0.2 percent chance of winning in the third quarter of Super Bowl LI, but they pulled off the comeback by staying engaged mentally.
Forget Which Super Bowl Ads Are Funny -- These Are Ads that Actually Worked
Data science provides a real answer to a multi-million dollar question.
From Overtime to Real Time: SB51 Social Strategies Brands Can Use Every Day
Inspired by Super Bowl marketing magic, here are three strategies brands should employ year-round to find success on social media.
Putting the Super Bowl's $5 Million Ads Under the Microscope
A little Monday morning quarterbacking by advertisers might help make those pricey ad slots go further next year.
The No. 1 Strategy Lesson You Can Learn From Tom Brady and Those Super Bowl Champs
The positive momentum you get by sticking to "Plan A" and focusing on executing the next play is what won the Super Bowl. There was no "Plan B" for the Patriots.
Super Bowl Advertisers Struck Political and Social Undertones
Brands engaged viewers with displays of corporate conscience, even at the risk of offending some customer groups.