Fitbit's share price dropped by 17.0 percent after the group announced plans to lay off around 110 employees, or 6 percent of its staff, and cut its guidance for its fourth-quarter results following weak holiday sales. The fitness tracking brand now expects revenues of $572 million to $580 million for ...
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