In February, the young CEO drew fire and ignited a debate after barring Yahoo employees from working outside the office.
In the mid-1990s H. Ross Perot ignited a wave of tired-of-the-same-old-politics voters with his Reform Party.
The personhood movement has ignited both sides of the abortion debate.
As such, following her remarks, the Twittersphere ignited with outrage.
The rape of a 73-year-old bird-watcher in Central Park this week ignited shock around the world.
If ignited gently in a stream of carbonic acid gas, the weight remains constant.
There are people in the cults who come to teachers and leaders to be ignited.
At Ostend they entered the harbour under heavy fire and ignited flares to enable the block-ships to navigate in the darkness.
The 'fraction' ain't 'ignited' yet and the doctors are worried.
This, it was said at the time, was ignited by the mate of the boat, who had become enraged from some cause with the captain.