GoPro’s Nick Woodman Becomes $2 Billion Man As Stock Shoots Higher
GoPro’s 39-year-old founder loves extreme sports. last Thursday with a 30% IPO day pop and GoPro shares are now up over 60% from the IPO price of $24, which was already at the high end of the company’s projected range. No one benefits more from investors’ bullish attitude on GoPro than Nick Woodman, the camera company’s energetic young founder. Woodman (and his wife Jill) sold about 3.6 million shares in the IPO, netting a pretax windfall of $86 million.
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