FITE

AcronymDefinition
FITEFinancial Independence Through Entrepreneurship (microfinance platform)
FITEFear Is The Essential (gaming clan for Joint Operations)
FITEForward Interworking Telephone Event (ITU-T)
FITEFirst in the Enterprise (IBM)
FITEForce Interactive Tactical Evaluator
FITEFighter Inspired Training for Everybody (Ohio)
FITEFighting Injustice Together Everywhere (West Lafayette, IN student club)
FITEFighting for Independence Together by Empowering people with Disabilities (Aurora, IL; formerly FRVCIL)
FITEFuture Immersive Training Environment (Joint Forces Command Sponsored Joint Concept Technology Demonstration)
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FITE is launching free and pay-per-view programming including live events, shows, movies and documentaries in collaboration with over 20 organizations such as: TNA Wrestling, Tuff-N-Uff MMA, Ring of Honor Wrestling, Legacy Fighting Championships, WWN Live, World Armwrestling Championships, USA Sumo and Xtreme Power TV.
FITE partnered with Jim Ross as the brand's celebrity spokesperson, executive advisor and investor.
The FITE campaign is an extension of the quickly expanding and unique platform that was created by Kiva.
By engaging customers, FITE can turn thousands of members of the public into microlenders," said Kiva.
What is particularly thrilling about FITE is the opportunity it provides to give that lever a multiplier effect.
FITE founders Nick Lawrence and Lee Cassey said the partnership was excellent news for the future of the company.
FITE will give thousands of women entrepreneurs in the developing world a hand up instead of a hand out.
By pushing for bailouts of companies and countries, Fites was really claiming, in a circuitous way, that free trade doesn't work.
Fites will retire with the company at around $19 billion in annual revenue and positioned as one of the dominant heavy-duty engine and equipment suppliers in virtually all the world's engine-powered equipment markets.
As if Fites hadn't enough on his plate, in June 1994, 11,000 UAW workers, mostly in Peoria and Decatur, walked off their jobs over job security and work-rule changes.
As these are not Caterpillar's primary competitors and such a move would severely inhibit its global competitiveness, Fites steadfastly resists, maintaining that nothing less than control of the company's destiny is at stake.
Fites might have caused considerable pain by beating back a strike and holding down wage increases.