From ‘Got milk?’ to ‘Where’s the beef?’, here are 15 of the best slogans and taglines in advertising history

A good slogan is brief, yet memorable. There are slogans, and then there are taglines. Slogans sum up what a company stands for, whereas a tagline concludes an ad, usually a commercial, with a quick sign off. Some of the most memorable slogans of all time — “Where’s the beef?” or “Just do it” — not only sell the brand, but become synonymous with it. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. When you hear the phrase, “Just do it,” the first thing that comes mind is probably Nike. What about “Open happiness,” “The pause that refreshes,” or “It’s the real thing”? Those phrases belong to Coca-Cola. That’s the power… Read More

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Taco Bell has released a sneak peek of the wild foods arriving at its new hotel, including its own version of avocado toast

Taco Bell has released a sneak peek of some of the food items it’ll be testing at “The Bell,” its pop-up hotel opening in early August. The fast-food chain will be offering a Toasted Cheddar Club, Avocado Toast-ada, and Fire Chip Chilaquiles as well as a Baja Blast Birthday Freeze in honor of the drink’s 15th anniversary. The treats are currently only available at the Taco Bell Hotel, but the brand may later look to roll them out nationwide. Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more stories. Move over burritos, step aside Crunchwrap Supreme, Taco Bell is rolling out a new batch of food items — and they’re a millennial’s dream. The… Read More

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Baby boomers are worth more than ever, but millennials are still lagging behind — and the reason why is clear

According to Federal Reserve data analyzed by MagnifyMoney, baby boomers and millennials are now farther apart in wealth than comparable generations 20 years ago. Today’s baby boomers are slightly wealthier than people in their 50s and 60s were 20 years ago, while millennials are less wealthy than their age group 20 years ago. The main factor keeping millennials from building their net worth at the pace of their parents’ generation is clear: Millennials hold a large amount of debt. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Comparing baby boomers to millennials might be comparing apples to oranges. But new data shows that millennials are losing ground compared to the generation… Read More

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The best air fryers you can buy

The best air fryers can fry, grill, roast, and bake an array of foods in a short time. They are also durable, have an intuitive user interface, and a large capacity. The Yedi Houseware Deluxe Digital Air Fryer is our top pick thanks to its large capacity and built-in smart programs that make perfect cooking incredibly easy. According to Kitchen Weapon, Philips was the first to introduce the air fryer in 2010. Since then, dozens of brands have entered the market with their own version of this innovative appliance. Air fryers work using the Maillard reaction. In case you aren’t well-versed in early 20th-century chemistry, the Maillard reaction is a… Read More

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A new trailer for ‘It Chapter 2’ is here and it looks like a terrifying sequel

Warner Bros. previewed a new trailer for “It Chapter 2” Wednesday night at San Diego Comic-Con and now it’s finally online. The sequel takes place 27 years after the first movie with the Losers’ Club all grown up and reuniting to take down Pennywise the Clown when he resurfaces in Derry, Maine. Bill Skarsgård returns as the terrifying clown. Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader, and Isaiah Mustafa join the cast of the new film as the kids all grown up. Jaeden Martell, Finn Wolfhard (“Stranger Things”), Sophia Lillis, Jack Dylan Grazer, and the rest of the young cast will also return to reprise their roles in the sequel. In… Read More

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‘Dummy’ models of the next iPhone are out in the wild — here’s what Apple’s iPhone 11 will likely look like (AAPL)

Apple’s next iPhone, presumably called the iPhone 11, is expected to launch in September. As we’ve seen with previous years, Apple fans and interested parties have created iPhone 11 dummy models based on descriptions from case manufacturers using rumored dimensions from the latest iPhone leaks and reports. Assuming these dummy models are accurate — and they often are, since they’re based off months of reports and rumors that point to the same general design — it’ll be a bummer if Apple plays it safe by using the same basic iPhone design for the third year in a row. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. As always, Apple has a… Read More

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