Chinese mobile fitness app Keep has raised $360 million in a SoftBank-led funding round that valued the startup at more than $2 billion, according to Tianyancha.com , a corporate database that compiles public records. The fundraising is an indication of how the coronavirus pandemic has boosted demand for businesses that help people work out at home. The shares of Nasdaq-listed U.S. fitness...
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