GoPro continues to circle the drain

GoPro is reducing its workforce by about 270 employees, the company announced today, citing an effort to reduce operating costs by about $200 million for 2017. The new cuts include current employees as well as open positions, and it’s the third reduction to GoPro’s workforce since the beginning of 2016.

All hopes now laying firmly on the Hero 6, which is set to debut later this year, and it to have sales figures as high as the Hero 5/Session did last year.

Oh and to stop with the Karma drone nonsense.

Source: GoPro eliminates almost 300 jobs in third round of cuts since 2016 – The Verge

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