News: Garmin Ltd (GRMN.OQ)

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Thu, Oct 30 2014

UPDATE 2-GoPro sees strong holiday quarter sales; shares jump

* Expects 4th-qtr revenue of $550-$580 mln vs est $505.5 mln

UPDATE 1-Garmin profit beats on demand for GPS-based fitness devices

Oct 29 - Garmin Ltd, a maker of GPS-based devices, reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit as demand surged for its fitness products.

Garmin revenue rises on demand for GPS-based fitness products

Oct 29 - Garmin Ltd, a maker of GPS-based gadgets, reported a 10 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by strong demand for its fitness products.

Weak action camera sales weigh on Garmin

- Garmin Ltd , a maker of GPS-based products, no longer expects sales to grow in its outdoor business after its new action camera, Virb, failed to resonate with customers.

UPDATE 2-Weak action camera sales weigh on Garmin

* Shares fall as much as 7 pct (Adds analyst comments, details; updates shares)

CORRECTED-Garmin sales rise as demand soars for GPS-based fitness gears

(Correct reporting period in paragraph 2 to second quarter from first quarter)

Navardauskas delivers for Garmin as Nibali retains lead

BERGERAC France - Ramunas Navardauskas finished off Garmin-Sharp's plan to win the 19th stage of the Tour de France, a 208.5-km ride from Maubourguet on Friday as Italian Vincenzo Nibali retained the overall leader's yellow jersey.

Bauer's boyhood Tour dream ends 50m short and in tears

NIMES France - It all ended in tears for Garmin-Sharp domestique Jack Bauer after his chance of realizing a boyhood dream and winning a Tour de France stage was snatched away from him in the final 50 meters after a 222km breakaway.

Ailing Talansky becomes latest Tour de France casualty

- Severe back pain, two crashes and a chest infection forced American Andrew Talansky to become the latest top rider to abandon the Tour de France on Thursday.

Pitbull Talansky rides through the tears for sake of team

OYONNAX France - After a long talk with Garmin-Sharp sports director Robbie Hunter, Andrew Talansky remounted his bike and wiped tears off his face, a bleak mask of pain.

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