Bruno Mars: Pop star’s halftime performance drew more than 115 million TV viewers Sunday, even more the Super Bowl itself, which drew a record 111.5 million viewers.
CVS Caremark: Giant pharmacy chain announces it will stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products by Oct. 1, likely surrendering nearly 2 percent of its annual revenue.
CBS: Network lands one-year deal with NFL to air eight Thursday night games.
University of Saint Francis: City awards the school $3 million from the Legacy Fund to renovate two downtown buildings for a downtown campus.
Tonight Show: Jay Leno, after 22 years on the job, bows out. But Saturday Night Live veteran Jimmy Fallon will bring new energy to the hallowed late-night timeslot.
Hoosier Park: Anderson racetrack and casino lays off 13 employees, citing ongoing and very aggressive competition from newly opened Ohio casinos.
Peyton Manning: Quarterback insulted by being asked whether he was embarrassed by getting thoroughly rolled by the Seahawks in front of 111.5 million viewers.
Sam Zell: Billionaire chairman of Equity Group Investments defends fellow one-percenter who compared the progressive war on the 1 percent to Nazi anti-Semitism. Tom Perkins is right, Zell told Bloomberg TV. The 1 percent work harder. The 1 percent are much bigger factors in all forms of our society.
Doris Stovall: Former Embassy Theatre director oversaw the historic theater’s major renovation in 1995. She died last week at 79.
Joan Mondale: Wife of Vice President Walter Mondale and a strong advocate for the arts, died Monday at 83.
Sandy Kennedy: Fort Wayne city clerk announces she won’t seek ninth term in 2015. The Democratic officeholder was first elected in 1983.