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Dodge hides 3 Journey SUVs, finders can keep them

Three Dodge Journey crossover SUVs have been hidden in the Western, Midwestern and Eastern U.S. as part of a new advertising campaign, and whoever finds them can keep them. Full story

Beverage War: Pepsi vs. Coke

   Insight on whether a new advertising campaign will help the company catch up to Coca-Cola, with John Faucher, JP Morgan and Lauren Torres, HSBC Securities.

First Read: Crossroads GPS targets House Dems

In the third installment of its $20 million advertising campaign, the Karl Rove-founded Crossroads GPS is airing TV ads aimed at 10 Democratic House members. Full story

Wal-Mart ad campaign: 'Low Prices. Every day.'

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is launching a national TV ad campaign Monday highlighting its renewed focus on low prices and its price match policy in a bid to bring back customers who no longer trust it has the lowest prices. Full story

Security Software for Mobile Devices Gets Serious as Threat Grows

To put a new twist on an old ad campaign, viruses aren't just for Windows machines any more. Full story

Taco Bell takes to airwaves to defend their beef

Taco Bell is turning to TV commercials to battle damage to its image from a lawsuit questioning its taco filling. Full story

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  Who is Oscar nominee Melissa Leo?

This year's front-runner for best supporting actress is Melissa Leo, a veteran actress, but far from a household name. NBC's Miguel Almaguer takes a look at the actress, her work and what critics are saying since Leo financed and promoted her own Oscar ad campaign.

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Shopping for free on Kurfuerstendamm in Berlin
Shopping for free on Kurfuerstendamm in Berlin

epa02781317 Young men and women rush into a fashion store on Kurfuerstendamm in Berlin, Germany, 16 June 2011. As part of an advertising campaign the store of a Spanish fashion label offered two articles of clothing for free for the first hundred customers that showed up in there underwear. EPA/MIC