ASSIGNMENT ID
1053799
SUBJECT AREA Business
DOCUMENT TYPE Case Study
CREATED ON 3rd August 2019
COMPLETED ON 5th August 2019
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GoPro's Struggle for survival in 2016

What are the two biggest strategic issues facing GoPro and how should it respond? The paper will be graded using the posted rubric. The paper should: Be APA formatted (double-spaced, Times New Roman 12pt font, 1” margins) Include a title page (but no abstract) Meet all requirements listed on the rubric
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