Garmin’S Outdoor Division Is In Better Shape Than Its Automotive Business

The outdoor/fitness segment at Garmin had good result for the first quarter ended March 27, rising by 28 percent to $103 million, but that couldn’t help the company overall, which reported a 1 percent sales drop to $431 million as its auto/mobile segment performed poorly. The marine segment grew by ...

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