It has been a rough second half of the year for GoPro stock. Shares are stumbling yet against following an analyst downgrade.

Let’s look at tech stocks to watch Friday:

GoPro. Shares of the high-definition camera maker sunk nearly 3% in morning trading after RW Baird downgraded the company’s stock to neutral. Since August, shares of GoPro have plunged 70%.

LinkedIn. The social network received a “buy” rating from investment firm Nomura, CNBC reports. Nomura cites upgrades to LinkedIn products, including a revamp of its mobile app. After dipping below $170 in August, LinkedIn shares are closing in on $250.

Nokia. The networking company completed its sale of maps platform Here to a consortium of auto makers including AUDI AG, BMW Group and Daimler AG. The deal values Here at just over $3 billion.

Yahoo. The media company’s board of directors met for the second straight day to discuss its future, including the option of selling off its Internet products and holding its stake in e-commerce giant Alibaba.

GrubHub. Shares of the food delivery service sunk nearly 5% as Amazon ramps up competition by launching its restaurant delivery service on the East Coast. Amazon’s service kicked off in Baltimore on Thursday, reports Baltimore Business Journal.

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