Millions of Americans now out of work are cutting back on their spending. But that isn't stopping companies from paying up to $100,000 a second -- yes $100,000 a second -- to advertise during Sunday's Super Bowl.
Anheuser-Busch will be back in force along with Pepsi, H&R Block and the most of the usual suspects in the advertising industry's annual exercise in extravagance.
But not everybody will be along for the party. Victoria's Secret, General Motors and FedEx -- all struggling in this...Full Story