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Easter eggs abound in famous logos.

The best and worst Easter eggs and hidden meanings in 20 company logos

Business Insider asked design expert Debbie Millman about 20 notable Easter egg logos — here's what she loved (and hated) about them.
A Russian McDonald's in Moscow, 2014.

8 ads and products that sell America to the world, from blue jeans to Coca-Cola

Ad campaigns, products, music, and movies have combined to imprint the image of America in people's minds around the world.
Televerde trains and employs incarcerated women in Perryville, a prison center in Arizona.

This call center company relies on a workforce of incarcerated women to help companies like Microsoft, SAP, and Dell power their customer support

Women who were incarcerated in Perryville share what it's like to work at Televerde while in prison, as well as how it helped them after their release.
Rosie the Riveter, the mascot for the "We Can Do It!" campaign.

17 iconic ad campaigns that changed the world

The reason why we have diamond engagement rings and drink orange juice for breakfast can be traced back to ads.
Dairy Queen's new Sour Patch Kids Blizzard.

Dairy Queen is now serving Sour Patch Kids Blizzards that basically let you drink candy

Dairy Queen's tart treat comes a week after it was announced that fans of the candy could buy bags of just red or blue Sour Patch Kids at 7-Eleven.
Soap-maker Lifebuoy: "You eat what you touch." (Indonesia, 2009

24 magazine ads so clever they stopped readers from turning the page

Advertisements are everywhere, but some are at least a pleasure to look at — especially the ones that break through the clutter and make you laugh.
Crisis Relief Singapore won the Cannes Lion advertising award for this ad.

33 graphic ads that were designed to shock you

Marketers often use violence, sex, and taboo-shredding imagery to sear ads in an audience's memory. These are some of the most extreme examples.
Burger King CMO Fernando Machado reveals why the chain's uniforms look like Whoppers.

Burger King’s CMO explains why the chain’s uniforms look like its most famous menu item

Burger King CMO Fernando Machado reveals how the brand decided to put Whopper stripes on its uniforms.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey

Twitter is looking for someone to be its next ‘Tweeter-in-chief’

Love to tweet? You could be the next face of Twitter, on Twitter! All you have to do is really, really, REALLY understand what Twitter is all about.
Oliver Yonchev, the US managing director of Social Chain.

The most powerful emotion in marketing may surprise you — and more brands need to tap into it, according to an expert in social influencer ...

Oliver Yonchev says that marketers who put one emotion at the forefront of their decision-making will win the hearts and minds of this generation.