GoPro woes continue as the company cuts 15 percent of workforce

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GoPro may have touted strong Black Friday sales, but the company is still experiencing turmoil. GoPro announced it would cut 15 percent of its workforce, totaling about 200 full-time positions, and close its entertainment unit to reduce 2017 operational costs.
This news comes at the end of a frustrating year for the action cam company. Back in January, GoPro cut seven percent of its workforce in an effort to “better align resources to key growth initiatives.” Earlier this month, the company recalled its $799 Karma drone because some of them lost power during operation

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