Peloton plans to raise up to US$1.3B in IPO

NEW YORK -- The connected exercise machine company Peloton plans to raise as much as $1.3 billion in an initial public offering of stock.

The New York company, known for its stationary bikes that allow users to stream workouts live or on-demand, says it plans to offer 40 million shares.

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