(Bloomberg) -- Peloton Interactive Inc.’s Tom Cortese, its chief product officer and last remaining co-founder, is leaving the fitness company and passing the job to technology industry veteran Nick Caldwell. Most Read from BloombergChina Puts Evergrande’s Billionaire Founder Under Police ControlBond Selloff Continues as Oil Tests $94 a Barrel: Markets WrapRepublican Moderates Turn to Rare Maneuver to Avoid Lengthy Government ShutdownCitadel Is Ready to Fight With SEC Over WhatsApp ProbeDimon Wa
Today Peloton (NASDAQ: PTON) announced the appointment of Nick Caldwell as Chief Product Officer (CPO), effective November 1, 2023. A Silicon Valley veteran with more than 20 years of global leadership experience, Caldwell joins the team with a proven track record of building and scaling products and services that excite customers, drive business growth, and deliver impact. Caldwell succeeds Peloton Co-Founder, Tom Cortese, and will report to CEO Barry McCarthy, leading global product developmen
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