Rebecca Jennings

Vox reporter covering pop and internet culture for its consumer column, “The Goods”

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Billionaire Stephen Ross owns the indoor cycling company SoulCycle and the high-end gym Equinox. He's also a GOP donor and friend of President Trump.

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