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GoPro confirms layoffs, shuts down Karma drone division News Opinion Press releases 

GoPro confirms layoffs, shuts down Karma drone division

Action-camera leader GoPro confirmed in a press release plans to reduce headcount by about 300 with the closure of its Karma drone division. Restructuring costs will be $23-$33 million – about half of which will be severance – recognized in the first quarter. The company also reported a price reduction in its HERO5 Black camera for the holidays significantly increased... Read More
GoPro drone woes leading to 200-300 job cuts, says TechCrunch News Opinion 

GoPro drone woes leading to 200-300 job cuts, says TechCrunch

The karma has been bad in GoPro‘s drone division, which may see cuts of 200-300 employees this week, according to a report in TechCrunch. The sobering news follows a series of high-profile setbacks for the action-camera maker, who has struggled to diversify into drones, VR and entertainment. Its Karma quadcopter drone was pulled from the market after technical problems arose,... Read More
With HERO6, GoPro Sets New Bar For Image Quality, Stabilization And Simplicity New Products Press releases 

With HERO6, GoPro Sets New Bar For Image Quality, Stabilization And Simplicity

Features Custom GP1 Processor, Next-Level Video Stabilization and 3X Faster QuikStories Fusion Spherical Camera Launched – A New Era of Creativity Begins SAN MATEO, Calif., Sept. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — GoPro, Inc. (NASDAQ: GPRO) today unveiled HERO6 Black, the most powerful and convenient GoPro, yet. Powered by GoPro’s custom-designed GP1 processor, HERO6 achieves an entirely new level of performance including stunning 4K60... Read More
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