- Peloton, a venture capital investor favorite, publicly released its documentation for its public offering on Tuesday.
- The connected fitness hardware maker confidentially filed its intent to go public earlier this year.
- It will trade on the NASDAQ under the “PTON” ticker.
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Peloton is going public.
The connected fitness hardware maker publicly released documentation for a planned public offering on Tuesday, according to a filing with the SEC. It will trade on the NASDAQ under the “PTON” ticker.
The startup, known for its subscription fitness classes and premium-priced stationary bikes, is a hit among venture investors in Silicon Valley and New York.
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