This once-leading producer of wearable devices is in hot water.
News & Analysis: Fitbit
A loyal fanbase may not be enough to save this underdog.
The wearables maker wants to avoid President Trump's tariffs.
Shares soared on reports of a company sale in the works, but investors should be careful about jumping into the stock now.
Fitbit still tops its rivals in terms of brand equity.
The wearables outfit has earned respect, but it's not earned much actual money.
Fitbit might put itself up for sale soon. These three businesses could take the bait.
These companies looked ready to set the world alight when they first entered the scene, but have surprisingly faltered in recent years.
The maker of wearable fitness devices is reportedly weighing whether to put itself up for sale.
A wearable tech pioneer, enterprise data cloud specialist, and hardwood flooring retailer may have fallen into the single digits, but they can get up again.