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2018 Superbowl Ad: Busta Rhymes and Missy Elliot Join Doritos And Mtn Dew Ad

Doritos and Mountain Dew are coming together in a new Super Bowl ad this year along with Morgan Freeman, Peter Dinklage -- and wait for it -- Busta Rhymes and Missy Elliott. Watch here!

2018 Super Bowl Ad: Pizza Hut Is Giving Out Free Pies

All-Pro football player Devin Hester scored a touchdown in the 14 seconds of the 2007 Super Bowl. If anyone breaks that record during the upcoming 52nd Super Bowl, Pizza Hut will give you a free pizza! Watch!

2018 Super Bowl Ads: Pepsi Brings Back Cindy Crawford, Michael Jackson and More

The newly launched Pepsi Generation campaign pays tribute to the company's 120-year history in pop culture. So they're bringing Cindy Crawford back -- along with her son. Even Michael Jackson makes a cameo for the 2018 Super Bowl. Watch!

A Government Shutdown Won't Crush Stock Market, a New England Patriots Win Will

Another New England Patriots win in the Super Bowl could mean bad things for the stock market. What government shutdown?

TheStreet Archives: Dunkin Donuts CEO Reveals the Future of Coffee

Watch this video from TheStreet.com archives. Dunkin' Brands Group CEO Nigel Travis sits down with TheStreet's Brian Sozzi to discuss drone delivery for coffee, coffee wars and more..

Video: Jim Cramer Reacts to the Philadelphia Eagles' Latest Victory

TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer reacts to the Philadelphia Eagles' victory on Saturday!

Under Armour Hasn't Bottomed

Looking back over the past 2 months we can see prices have rallied to fill the late October gap and that we are now above the flattening 50-day moving average line.

Planet Fitness CEO: Here Comes 4,000 Discount Gyms

Planet Fitness continues to be a growth juggernaut. The discount gym's CEO Chris Rondeau tells TheStreet he still believes the company can have more than 4,000 locations open at some point.

Biggest Sports Stories of 2017

From Mayweather vs. McGregor to Colin Kaepernick, these are the biggest sports stories in 2017.

Off-Season Dining on the Cape is Still a Fresh Catch

Afraid you'll be missing out on seafood while visiting New England during the shoulder season? Fear not.