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Business Beat: Budweiser’s puppy love sequel; Ford turns to Allstate for marketing chief; AT&T rolls over data

More puppy love from Budweiser

Anheuser-Busch is bringing back its canine and Clydesdales combo this Super Bowl, hoping to top last year’s “Puppy Love” spot that won praise in most advertising polls as the best commercial in advertising’s biggest showcase.

Ford hopes a little mayhem can help car sales

The man behind those Allstate Insurance “mayhem” television ads has been picked to lead marketing at Ford Motor Co.

AT&T will let mobile customers carry over unused data

AT&T joined the data rollover competition Wednesday. The company’s Mobile Share Value customers will be able to rollover unused plan data to the next month beginning Jan. 25.

McDonald’s begins corporate layoffs [Crain’s]

Suprise sides: Tooth, plastic in McDonald’s meals in Japan

U.S. stocks rise, break string of losses

Dunkin’ strikes deal to open 1,400 stores in China

Age-discrimination lawsuit against Boeing, Spirit AeroSystems tossed

Applied Systems acquires Cincinnati tech company

Ace Hardware goes on tour with golfer Hunter Mahan

Eli Lilly’s 2015 growth forecast short of expectations

Former U.S. agriculture chief joins Deere board

Wet Seal closes two-thirds of its stores

Keurig, Dr Pepper sharing a straw

Starbucks’ ‘Flat White’ gets lukewarm reception [MarketWatch]

Loyola biz school dean resigns amid reported fundraising concerns [Crain’s]

United attendants say 13 fired for protesting ‘menacing’ jet [Bloomberg]

Riddell aims to sack Rawlings over helmet patents [Crain’s]