The UFC has experienced drastic growth since its founding in 1993. Not only has the organization cemented itself as the premier mixed martial arts promotion, but the enterprise has also developed into one of the most successful sports leagues in the globe. Armed with an abundance of financial resources, the organization has done an excellent job in expanding its global stronghold and negotiating promising business deals. However, the organization’s financial success has been largely overshadowed by its unethical compensation of fighters, a controversy that has sparked immense public outrage. To resolve this scandal and repair its public image, it is crucial for the UFC to recognize its past injustices and implement a reformed fighter compensation structure. In doing so, the company will restore its currently fractured reputation and properly position itself for sustainable long-term success.
2021 has been a very positive year for economic growth worldwide, nevertheless, rumors of a looming recession are becoming more of a reality. Europe’s increase gas prices, China’s Omicron outbreak, and the US’s rapid inflation are blaring threat to an economic downfall that could have been avoided.
Restaurant chains have started to capitalize on subscription packages, an industry and service which has steadily grown, especially during COVID-19. Places such as Taco Bell, Sweetgreens, Panera, and BJ’s all have introduced monthly passes to allow customers to unlock special benefits and rewards to continuous food and beverages.
The conflict between Elon Musk and Twitter began when Tesla’s CEO questioned the “freedom of speech” value Twitter is supporting. He brought the issue onto Twitter platform by playing the people versus the system game. As the last resort of defense, Twitter announces its initiation of a poison pill tactic to prevent the hostile action. Like any war, this one also split the observers into two sides. One supports freedom of speech all the way and the other believes a little limitation is justifiable.
A new restaurant model has stealthily emerged in response to the industry’s devastating financial losses from the pandemic: the ghost kitchen, a facility designed solely to prepare meals and deliver them to your doorstep. In this article, Community Columnist Felicia Mo uncovers the reason why you’ll never know where your food really comes from when you order online, as well as the good, bad, and ugly of this new business strategy.