Profile: Can John Foley, founder of Peloton, keep the wheels spinning?
The chief executive of the pandemic exercise sensation has had more than his share of and flat tyres since his concept launched, the latest involving the death of the a beloved Sex and the City character following a Peloton workout
Name and role: John Foley, founder and chief executive of Peloton
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