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Netflix, Inc. (NFLX)

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123.24-2.15 (-1.71%)
At close: 4:00 PM EST

123.29 0.05 (0.04%)
After hours: 7:02 PM EST

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Previous Close125.39
Bid123.25 x 500
Ask123.29 x 100
Day's Range122.16 - 126.35
52 Week Range79.95 - 129.29
Avg. Volume9,566,378
Market Cap52.89B
PE Ratio (TTM)333.08
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Netflix Doesn't Want to Stream Most Movies
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Netflix Doesn't Want to Stream Most Movies

    Adding more movies to its library doesn't increase the amount subscribers watch.

  • Apple is reportedly in talks to offer online rentals of films that are still in theaters
    Quartz5 hours ago

    Apple is reportedly in talks to offer online rentals of films that are still in theaters

    Movie buffs might soon be able to rent new releases as early as two weeks after films hit theaters. Apple is reportedly in talks with three movie studios—21st Century Fox, Warner Bros., and Universal Pictures—to offer movie rentals through iTunes for films that are in theaters, Bloomberg reported. Those rentals would be priced at a…

  • American City Business Journals7 hours ago

    Fox hits back in Netflix executive poaching lawsuit

    One of Hollywood’s most entrenched HR practices has come under fire, and 21st Century Fox is calling on the courts to defend it. The studio filed a motion in Los Angeles Superior Court yesterday in its ongoing executive poaching lawsuit against Netflix to strike down the streaming giant’s cross-complaint, which seeks a declaration that fixed-term employment agreements are invalid. The case started in September, when Fox (FOX) sued Netflix for hiring away two of its executives: Tara Flynn, who worked at Fox 21 as vice president of creative affairs, and Marcos Waltenberg, who worked at Twentieth Century Fox Film as vice president of marketing partnerships and promotions.