Super Bowl XLV will offer a match-up between classic franchises when the Green Bay Packers play the Pittsburgh Steelers in Arlington, Texas, on February 6. Mercedes-Benz hints at Super Bowl attack on Lexus with Serena Williams, while Papa John's, Intel, Monster, Dr Pepper, Denny's, Universal Orlando and text-answering service KGB take a pass on returning to this Super Bowl. Fox, meanwhile, rejects potentially controversial Super Bowl ad, creator says.
Air France to disclose safety criticisms of review panel.
The BBC is shedding about 25% of online staff, and moves away from celebrity coverage and in-depth financial analysis.
Conde Nast prepares “Bite me” campaign for Bon Appetit magazine.
Facebook reaches deal with German regulator over “friend-finder.”
Marriott to drop porn from new hotels.
McDonald's profit surges thanks to new menu items such as frappes.
MSNBC ends contract with Keith Olbermann, claims no pressure from new NBCU owner Comcast.
MTV guessed wrong on Skins.
New York Times will implement online pay wall next month.
RockTenn buys Smurfit-Stone in merger of packaging giants.
Sara Lee rumored to receive high takeover bid.
Taco Bell sued over definition of beef.
Toyota remains world’s largest automaker even after recalls.
& fitness guru Jack LaLanne has died at 96.