Features - Fiscally Fit - The largest privately held fitness company in the world, Fitness Holdings Worldwide has ballooned its sales to nearly a billion dollars a year -- But the company itself stays as fit as its 2.7 million clients. CFO Colin Heggie explains how the company does it.
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