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Many companies will reportedly steer away from politics, social issues in Super Bowl ads

Arriving only two weeks after Donald Trump’s inauguration, last year’s Super Bowl featured a number of commercials with strong political undertones, from Budweiser’s immigrant tale to the controversial 84 Lumber spot to an Audi ad about female empowerment. Even more so than usual, companies seemed to be capitalizing on the political current of the moment. This Read more.
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