Virtually every smartphone maker has been accused of copying Apple's design at some point or another, but now you can make a bizarre addition to the list of Jobs imitators: the Clinton campaign.
In emails published by WikiLeaks and spotted by Business Insider, a marketing executive for the campaign in 2015 described the thought process behind the Clinton logo, drawing heavily from Apple's previous work.
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Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta addressed his hacked emails on Tuesday by suggesting that WikiLeaks is collaborating with Donald Trump in order to damage Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hit with the latest October surprise Wikileaks emails on Wednesday morning — the most recent batch of the trove that founder Julian Assange says will end the Democratic nominee’s campaign. Since the Wi...
A top adviser to Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that a close aide of Clinton’s rival Donald Trump received an “advance warning” regarding WikiLeaks’ plans to hack and publish thousands of emails....