From GoPro to Oh No: investors reeling from stock price plunge

Shareholders have been left unimpressed by the fall in price from $94 to $12 and are reaching for their lawyers

Its specialist action cameras allow surfers, skiers and other thrillseekers to record their exploits. The devices have been strapped to eagles to give a real bird’s eye view of the landscape, and can even be attached to a specially designed harness so that dog owners can view the world through the eyes of their pet.

When GoPro floated its shares on Wall Street in June 2014, there seemed to be no limit to how high they might go.

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