Here is a pack of rebuses:
Eack of the above rebuses represents a famous brand/company. The relation between a rebus and the brand it represent vary from rebus to rebus (some rebuses relate in a way and others in another way, ... and so on). Also, some of the rebuses may require some should-be-known-to-everyone knowledge about the brands, hence the tag.
Your task, whether you like it or not, is to identify those brands/companies (provide some explanation as well).
Progress so far:
Refer to this wiki answer to get links to all the correct answers.
Solved: A (by Beastly Gerbil), B (by puzzledPig), C (by kayzeroshort), D & E (by North), F (by curiousdannii), G & H (by Rand al'Thor), I (by thecoder16) and J (by DeltaScuti_Fomalhautb).
As @MOhem already noticed, D and I are not exactly what one call a rebus. I tried covering that by adding an enigmatic-puzzle tag.
That being said, I can confirm that F is a rebus, but it's a twisted rebus as it is a double-layered one.
- All of the images used in the rebuses were shamelessly stolen from Wikipedia, and were edited using an un-updated version of Gimp.
- The rebuses vary in difficulty, so I expect a lot of partial answers. Thus, I decided to accept the answer that solves the last unsolved rebus.