— Super Bowl mania is underway as Taylor Swift scores for the NFL 

— Disney CEO Bob Iger pulled a few rabbits out of his hat, sending shares soaring

— Microsoft leapfrogged Apple to become the world’s most valuable company 

— S&P 500 surpasses 5,000 for first time ever despite mixed economic data 

— President Biden’s mental health under fire 

— Credit card debt hits fresh record as consumers drown in debt 

— McDonald’s CEO understands prices are starving customers 

TOP STORY: SUPER BOWL LVII: Taylor Swift and Travis and Mama Kelce will take the spotlight Sunday in Las Vegas as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers for the NFL’s biggest night, and Americans are expected to gamble billions for not only the game but the players on and off the field…continue reading here. 

FULL COVERAGE: THE SUPER BOWL IS BIG BUSINESS

VIDEO: BetMGM CEO is gambling on his company for the win. 

DISNEY CEO DELIVERS: Bob Iger worked his magic, outlining a plan to drive growth at the media giant in the coming year; those include a Taylor Swift deal, a new movie, a legendary ESPN hire and a dive into gaming…continue reading here. 

VIDEO: Top media analyst Jessica Reif Ehrlich weighs in on Disney, whose shares jumped over 11% this week. 

 DISNEY STOCK THIS WEEK: +11%

Disney stock

MICROSOFT TROUNCES APPLE: Helping drive the S&P 500 above 5,000 for the first time, Microsoft knocked Apple off its perch to become the most valuable company Friday with a market cap of $3.1 trillion…continue reading here. 

VIDEO: Billionaire Ken Fischer gives his take on tech’s dominance and U.S. stocks. 

Microsoft, Apple

PRESIDENT BIDEN UNDER FIRE: Following the release of special counsel Robert Hur’s damning report that fueled more questions about Biden’s mental acuity, pressure mounts for the Democrats with the 2024 election…continue reading here. 

VIDEO: Biden’s team is doing more harm than good, says Fox’s Tomi Lahren. 

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DANGER ZONE: Credit card debt climbed to another fresh record with many Americans paying north of 21% on balances, squeezing household budgets…continue reading here

VIDEO: How credit card debt is making us broke. 

MICKEY’S D’S IS PRICEY: McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski admitted prices at the fast-food giant are becoming unaffordable for some, and he’s hoping to make some changes…continue reading here.  

McDonald's meal

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