Great Headlines From 2008
What witty and informative headlines appeared in newspapers and magazines in 2008?
- The 1989 Tiananmen uprising occurred when growth decreased from upwards of 11% to just over 4% within the span of four quarters.
- The recent news from the IMF estimating China's GDP growth will fall to 5% in 2009 from 9.7% in 2008 is a hair-raising event for China's leaders.
- This economic downturn harkens back to questions about the legitimacy of the overall control of China's Communist Party.
- The virulence of the protests points to a toxic brew at work — including the dispiritedness of a generation facing dim prospects, a large dose of anti- authoritarianism and a neo-revolutionary zeal calling for a new economic order.
October 6 top headline on the website of China Daily:
November 12 New York Times article headline on declining U.S. consumer spending:
November 17 article headline in the Wall Street Journal on the economic crisis:
September 24 New York Post headline after news of corruption on Wall Street surfaced:
July 10 Washington Post headline, on U.S. President Bush’s agreement to a declaration on climate change with the Group of Eight:
April 19 headline in The Economist on General Electric's losses under CEO Jeffrey Immelt:
April 2 headlines in the Times of India on Tata’s purchase of Jaguar:
July 12 Washington Post headline regarding the Environmental Protection Agency’s avoidance of the global warming issue:
August 2 article headline in the New York Times, on Western nations’ attempts at imperializing the Middle East:
April 13 Washington Post headline:
March 4 headline in the Financial Times, on Russian President Dmitri Medvedev:
August 2 headline in The Economist, on Gordon Brown’s political future:
January 16 Wall Street Journal headline:
November 6 front page headline in The Jakarta Post after Barack Obama was elected U.S. President:
December 11 Wall Street Journal opinion headline: