On Monday, Peloton CEO John Foley stepped down, 2,800 layoffs were announced, and its stock price skyrocketed. Lydia Moynihan, business reporter for the New York Post joined Cheddar News to talk about why investors are excited about this shift in power, while thousands of its workers were let go in a less than ideal manner. "One of the headlines that emerged was that even as they were being fired, Foley sort of couched it as, 'well, you know what, you're still gonna get a year's login to a Peloton subscription', as if somehow if that would make things better," Moynihan said of the soon-to-be ex-CEO. "So, even in that, it was seen as a very sort of tone-deaf move as people were being axed."