Nick Woodman, founder and CEO of GoPro speaks during the company's initial public offering (IPO) at the Nasdaq Stock Exchange on June 26, 2014 in New York City.Andrew Burton/Getty Images/AFP
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Wearable sports camera manufacturer GoPro Inc.'s initial public offering was priced at $24 per share, an underwriter said, placing the value of the company at up to $2.96 billion.GoPro's IPO raised about $427.2 million, after the offering of 17.8 million class A shares was priced at the top end of the expected range of $21-$24 per share.GoPro is the first consumer-electronic company to go public since the 2011 debut of headphones maker Skullcandy Inc.The company had about $110.7 million in debt as of March 31 .
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