• But changes in these areas, as needed as they may be, would still be overwhelmed by the burst in spending on Social Security and Medicare as the Baby Boom generation retires and lifespans increase.

    FORBES: Election Over, Liberals Call For Entitlement Cuts

  • After the South Sea Bubble burst in 1720, a ban on setting up joint stock companies lasted for 100 years.

    ECONOMIST: Investment banks

  • Coleman has been one of the most innovative and successful young money managers to burst on the scene in recent years.

    FORBES: Hedge Fund Star Chase Coleman's Facebook Trade Generated $1 Billion

  • Woods has been the face of golf since he burst on to the scene in 1997 but golf fans should get excited about the Rory McIlroys, Dustin Johnsons, Jason Days and Rickie Fowlers of the tour now.

    FORBES: Golf World Can't Depend on Woods Anymore

  • The story of the feather industry's boom and bust spans three continents and nearly four decades, involving transnational trade, culture clashes, questionable labor practices and a ridiculous bubble market that, when it burst in roughly 1914, wreaked havoc on thousands of people, particularly--argues Sarah Abrevaya Stein in her new book Plumes: Ostrich Feathers, Jews, and a Lost World of Global Commerce--Jews.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • New Chinese entrants like Trina and Yingli have burst on to the California scene in the past several months, going from almost nowhere to third and fifth highest market share so far this year.

    FORBES: Solar On Fire In California

  • Castle burst on the Palm Beach society circuit in 1995 by buying the beachfront compound owned by the family of President John F.

    FORBES: Connect

  • But he moved just as fast when in office in 1983, banking on a burst of popularity after he backed the American invasion of Grenada.

    ECONOMIST: Jamaica 1, information technology 0

  • Record debt levels taken on by consumers in the bubble times were passed on to banking systems when the bubbles burst and households defaulted on their mortgages and loans.

    FORBES: Markets Pass Through Eye Of The Storm

  • In 1957, Ornette Coleman seemed to burst on the New York jazz scene.

    NPR: Ornette Coleman on Sound Innovations

  • The recent burst in growth in the region has been much too dependent on exports to China.

    ECONOMIST: China's economy

  • There's no secret to what's driving Hollywood's China policy, which has burst on the scene with meteor-like intensity in the past year.

    NPR: Hollywood Yielding To China's Growing Film Clout

  • Ever since the Japanese bubble burst in the early 1990s, they have looked inward and focused on rebuilding their domestic operations.

    ECONOMIST: Japanese banks

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