Founder CEOs often have shelf lives

Feb 8, 2022
John Foley, Peloton's co-founder and CEO, is handing the reins to a leader with different experience, a moment many startups put off.
Peloton's John Foley is leaving the CEO position after business turned down, but he's staying on as executive chairman.
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Filling office water cooler void, gyms make a comeback

Nov 5, 2021
As people look to work out around others again, there's increasing foot traffic at gyms across the country.
Peloton posted disappointing earnings on Thursday. In the meantime, gyms like Planet Fitness have seen an increase in foot traffic.
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Peloton pedals into new territory with plans for Ohio factory

May 25, 2021
When the factory is scheduled to open in two years, will we still be exercising as much from home?
The company no longer plans to rely solely on suppliers in Asia, as demand for Peloton units in the pandemic surged and the company couldn’t keep up.
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Time to ride, and buy: Peloton to acquire Precor

Dec 22, 2020
With stay-at-home orders, Peloton sales and subscriptions grew and grew, topping a million.
Peloton's sales have doubled during the pandemic. Above, a woman rides her Peloton at home in California in April.
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Why Peloton users might give the company a competitive edge

Nov 18, 2019
People who feel alienated from fitness companies like SoulCycle are finding a place at Peloton — and that may help the company's bottom line.
Peloton advertisements often feature luxury apartments, but its users come from different walks of life.
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Peloton prepares to go public while facing a music lawsuit

Sep 25, 2019
Music lawyers say each song in a Peloton workout video requires more than one license, often from multiple rights-holders.
A Peloton Tread treadmill is demonstrated during CES 2018 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in 2018.
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