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In a chilling case of corporate malfeasance, a federal court has revived two lawsuits brought by Nigerian families against pharmaceutical giant Pfizer. The lawsuits allege that the company tested a new antibiotic on children from their families without their knowledge in a 1996 clinical trial. 11 children died during the trials and others were left with brain damage and crippling arthritis. Separate criminal and civil actions in Nigeria are seeking damages of more than $8 billion. (Washington Post)

Bank of America, one of the largest recipients of federal bailout money, sponsored a five-day-long Super Bowl party this weekend. The bank defended its sponsorship as a "business proposition" and in line with its "growth strategy," according to a spokesperson for the company. The event was held in an 850,000 square foot space and featured sports games and interactive entertainment. (ABC News)