1. What do you think if NFLX uses shareholders's money to buy back what its CEO sold?
2. What do you think if NFLX's cash positon declines quorter by quarter and begins to borrow money, at same time NFLX can't issue secondary shares because that makes no sense since NFLX keeps to buy back its own shares?
3. What do you think if those intentional medias try to misleading you by hiding bad news for the company?
4. What do you think if those big institutions know NFLX's stock price is well over price, but continue to pump up it price..
THE END IS NEAR.
Hey, "the end is near?" Instead of wasting your time reporting garbage. If you bought it @ 115 at the dip 120.69 you would have made some bucks.
try reading charts. http://www.benzinga.com/markets/company-news/10/07/372708/netflix-builds-an-empire-best-in-class-nflx
Google (GOOG 507.62, -0.48, -0.09%) and Verizon (VZ 29.51, -0.04, -0.14%) have since last year been discussing a blueprint that could resolve issues between Internet firms and network operators over Web access.
Verizon and other operators have long argued that they should be free to manage their networks in a way that provides sufficient access to all Internet users. Google and other Internet companies, meanwhile, have countered that granting operators too much influence over Internet access could unfairly stifle competition.
Discussions between Google and Verizon come as the FCC is trying to work out a compromise on the issue. An agreement between the two firms could be announced publicly within days, and presented to regulators in hopes that it might have a broad influence.
But reports surfaced Thursday that the framework being discussed by the companies could enable Verizon to offer faster access to some content provided by publishers willing to pay for the arrangement. For example, network neutrality principles might not apply to wireless networks under the arrangement, according to reports.
A Verizon spokesman declined to comment on details of the company's discussions with Google, but said in a statement that, "Our goal is an Internet policy framework that ensures openness and accountability, and incorporates specific FCC authority, while maintaining investment and innovation."
sec criminal mother fuckers
can any one: read this message ?criminals tracking lion broadcasting and blocking facts
Re: JUST REMEMBER "ENRON" & KEN LAY=REED HASTINGS CRIMINAL AND NFLX
Good article. Good find. I reproduced link under new topic as I thought this article merits it.
you old info that criminals dumped in flee mode;
WHOLE SHORT SQUEEZE SCAM GAME PLAN PLAYERS
THESE CROOKS:TECHNOLOGY CROSSOVER... 6/30/2010
3,699,865 (1,822,322) (33.00%) $379,421
AND BY NOW THEY ARE ALL OUT...................
FIDELITY/MET LIFE...THESE KING OF CROOKS HOLDING IN USA WORKING CLASS PENSIONS AND LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES
CRIMINAL GANGS CREATE SCAM BUBBLES AND FLEE WITH DUMPS
jan2012 leap put.............weapon of choice for retail
THE SCAM......CONSUMPTION players?
Is it REED HASTINGS that big criminal to buy back at this scam bubble fraud price for shareholders?lol
or which gang keeps Consuming now?
The exit by criminals will be very easy , load cheap puts and DUMP hard scam consumption bag next
CLASSIC PLAY BOOK SCAM
REED HASTINGS+GOLDMAN SACHS HFC MACHINE
FIDELITY CROOKS AID USA WORKING CLASS PENSION LOOT
Lions Gate signs distribution deal with XStreamHD
Lions Gate signs movie distribution deal with XStreamHD
$3.99/4.99 per month packages/lol
On Wednesday July 14, 2010, 3:47 pm
MCLEAN, Va. (AP) -- XStreamHD, which pipes high-definition movies, music and games to customers' homes using a satellite connection, has signed a deal with Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. to distribute the studio's movies.
The deal will let XStreamHD customers who pay between $399 and $499 for a starting package rent or buy high-definition releases from Lions Gate, and get access to the film studio's library of more than 12,000 catalog titles, the companies said.
The agreement comes just a week after Netflix Inc. signed a deal with Relativity Media to offer newer movies through its online streaming service. While DVDs are still big business, a growing number of companies are finding new ways to sell and rent video content bypassing discs -- over the Internet to personal computers, video game consoles, mobile devices, TV sets and other devices.
Shares of Lions Gate rose 5 cents to $6.58 in afternoon tr
IS HULU PLUS ANOTHER NAIL IN THE DVD COFFIN?
July 1, 2010 - 3:26pm
The launch of Hulu Plus earlier this week has many people rethinking the business models for paid video content on the web and what their effect will be on other businesses. Some see Hulu Plus as a potential Netflix killer, or even a cable killer. But the business that Hulu Plus is most likely to destroy, at least in the near term, is the market for full-season collections of TV shows on DVD.
Consider “Lost”: The sixth and final season of the popular ABC TV show is available for pre-order on Amazon.com today for $38.99, and the “Complete Collection” DVD package is selling for a (heavily discounted) price of $148.99. So a fan could pay that price and be able to watch the series whenever he or she wanted on a TV or PC. Or they could pay $10 a month to Hulu Plus for access to the same content on a PC, iPad, iPhone and TV through Samsung TVs, or Blu-ray players and other CE devices coming soon.
Just as there are fans who still buy CDs — and in some cases LPs — to have the physical media and accompanying liner notes, there will always be hardcore fans that want the extras that come with packaged DVDs. (The “Lost” Complete Collection comes with a ton of collectible goodies, such as the “Senet” game characters played in Season 6, an island replica, a full episode guide and a black light.) But there are even more consumers who don’t need additional memorabilia from a certain TV show and would be just as happy with access to the show media alone.
This was the big bet that Apple made with its iTunes music store, and it’s finally paying off — digital sales of music in the U.S. are expected to eclipse CD sales by the end of this year. Due to the popularity of the iPod and iPhone, and the ease of being able to take a wide range of music on the go, consumers went with convenience and price as the main reasons for switching to digital downloads of their music.
In a similar way, digital access to movies and TV shows may soon eclipse sales of DVDs and other packaged media, particularly as consumers are able to access that content directly on TVs, Blu-ray players and mobile devices. While the electronic sell-through market has been slow to fully develop, Netflix has built a robust business around subscription-based pricing for streaming video services — a business that has rapidly expanded since becoming available on more consumer electronics devices.
In many cases, Netflix doesn’t have access to the latest episodes or full seasons that Hulu Plus does, meaning it has had little impact on DVD sales for full TV seasons so far. But with a full slate of nearly all popular broadcast TV programs, Hulu Plus seems poised to nip away at the incremental revenues that shows like “Lost,” “The Office,” “24″ and others make through DVDs.
WHERE IS FBI?lol
criminal reed hastings play book crime is naked
SEC MOTHER FUCKERS
Re: NFLX and Warner Bros deal ! 3 second(s) ago
IT MEANS:pay more cash out and buy back scam already wiped out cash on teh balance sheet and DEBT slapped
and the crook has $300m buy back scam ok with what?
It means all cash coming in gets siphoned to operate BUBBLE SCAM
and when no subs show up next year and cancellations get rampant
the scam will crash to $20 and 2013 on pink sheets