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4 Brands on Whether Their Past Super Bowl Ads Were Worth the Cost

Super Bowl ads: they go viral, they make us laugh, they win Emmys. Brands shell out $5 million for 30 seconds of fame, if not glory. So of course there's value in a Super Bowl slot, right? There has to be. Why would a company spend all the time and effort and money if they...
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