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In a year with a mid-game power outage, one of the longest touchdowns in Super Bowl history, and the player from The Blind Side, you could almost get distracted from the ads. (But at $4m per 30 seconds, you couldn't say the same for the 30 companies that bought them.)
The Baltimore Ravens have won their second Superbowl edging the 49ers in a thrilling contest.
ICAP has announced the appointment of George Dranganoudis as a Managing Director of ICAP Energy in Singapore, from 4 February, 2013.
Barclays has announced that the Group Finance Director Chris Lucas and the Group General Counsel Mark Harding have decided to retire from the company.
Paul Pogba left Manchester United for Serie A last summer. His agent has been talking about it.
February has rolled around and many Tottenham Hotspur fans are distraught at the fact that no new striker has arrived at White Hart Lane. Have the club made an unwise gamble in the race for 4th place?
Cristiano Ronaldo scored but in the wrong net as Granada picked up an unlikely victory over Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid.
Britain is embroiled in a diplomatic row with Romania after making public its plan to target its citizens with measures to limit the flow of immigrants.
Ed Miliband is failing to repeat Tony Blair's success in winning over former Tory voters and will have to rely on people returning to Labour as well as ex-Lib Dem converts to win a majority, a new polling analysis suggests.