Startups Magazine: March 2018

Featured Article

Peloton Unveiled a $4,000 Treadmill -- and Everything Is Riding on It

The $1.25 billion company spent 18 months secretly working on its second-ever product. Is it the beginning of a new fitness revolution?

How Peloton Found the Secret to Scale

Meet the tech company disguised as a cycling brand.

Why Fitness Franchises Are Booming

With aggressive expansion strategies and low membership costs, fitness clubs are looking to rapidly expand -- and franchisees are lining up to get in on the action.

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