GoPro revenue up 71 percent thanks to subscriptions and high-end cameras

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In the wake of the company’s shift to direct sales and an added focus on subscriptions, GoPro Inc. reported a reduced loss of $10 million in the first quarter ended March 31 (compared to a loss of $64m one year ago), while revenue rose 71 percent to $204m. Adjusted earnings ...

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