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|Day's Range||63.85 - 64.63|
|52 Week Range||47.03 - 64.63|
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Garmin (Europe) Ltd., a Southampton, England, subsidiary of Switzerland-based Garmin Ltd., won a patent dispute on Monday related to its heart rate monitoring technology. PulseOn Oy, a Finnish electronics company, sued the European unit of Garmin (GRMN) for an alleged violation of its two Registered Community Designs for wrist-based heart monitoring. The United Kingdom's High Court of Justice ruled that Garmin's Elevate heart rate technology did not infringe PulseOn's intellectual property.
Monday was a wild day for GoPro Inc (NASDAQ:GPRO) stock. First, the action camera maker issued dismal fourth-quarter guidance, announced a complete departure from what was supposed to be its high-growth drone business and announced intentions to do yet another round of big job cuts. The swirl of bad news sent GoPro stock down. CNBC did some digging, and found that GoPro has hired investment bank J.P. Morgan Chase to help it seek a potential sale.
Piper Aircraft has secured US validation for the next-generation Garmin G1000NXi integrated flightdeck on both its M500 single-engined turboprop and its M350 pressurised piston-single; deliveries of both aircraft are now under way.
GoPro Inc (NASDAQ:GPRO) stock has plunged in early trading. GoPro stock touched an all-time low of $5.04 before rebounding near $6 as of this writing. Over the weekend, reports surfaced that GoPro had laid off 200-300 employees, mostly from its drone division.
Garmin Ltd (NASDAQ:GRMN) trades with a trailing P/E of 16.2x, which is lower than the industry average of 17.9x. Although some investors may jump to the conclusion that this isRead More...
Garmin and Fitbit have been going at it for years. Called the Vivofit 4, the $80 activity tracker features a color screen, the ability to detect different activities, a waterproof casing, one-year battery life and interchangeable wrist bands. Like Fitbit's entry-level products premium features are often missing, but for the price, it doesn't hurt as much when they end up in a junk drawer because the wearer stops using them.
After reporting 3Q17 results that revealed revenue growth of 3.0% YoY (year-over-year), Garmin (GRMN) went on to boost its performance outlook for 2017.
Roku Inc (NASDAQ:ROKU) has delivered stellar growth to investors since going public at the end of September. ROKU stock is up 135.91% since it hit the market, and 2018 might see the share price continue to climb.
Wearables maker Garmin returns value to its shareholders through a combination of dividends and share repurchases. It continued with this practice in 3Q17.
Garmin recently ventured into the world of mobile payments with the launch of Garmin Pay, a contactless payments solution available on its Vivoactive 3 Smartwatch device.
One of the largest banks in Australia has joined the support for Garmin’s (GRMN) contactless payments service, Garmin Pay.