A wellness specialist tells us we don’t need to hit 10,000 steps each day but should focus on other daily fitness goals instead. Then, we learn more about how private equity firms work and what impact they have on businesses and the economy.
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How many steps do you really need in a day? New research shows it's not 10,000
Most people don’t need 10,000 steps a day. So where did this number come from? A marketing gimmick. New research finds that the ideal number of steps — which is really just a measure for how much physical activity we need in a day — varies from person to person. An expert explains.
What is private equity and how is it killing businesses?
We learn about the world — sometimes carnivorous world — of private equity, and how these mega firms could be prevented from causing further damage to businesses and jobs.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Tyler Ditter Technical Director
- Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
- Colleen Leahy Producer
- Tim Peterson Producer
- Shayna Schertz Guest
- Brendan Ballou Guest
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