134.75 -0.35 (-0.26%)
Pre-Market: 7:48AM EDT
|Bid||134.64 x 800|
|Ask||134.75 x 1000|
|Day's Range||132.72 - 135.75|
|52 Week Range||97.68 - 135.75|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.51|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.51|
|Earnings Date||May 8, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.76 (1.59%)|
|1y Target Est||132.55|
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About 14% of Netflix Inc. subscribers, equal to 8.7 million people, are considering dropping the streaming service in favor of the coming $6.99-a-month offering from Disney Co., at a cost to Netflix of about $117 million in lost revenue a month, a new survey has found.
Netflix Updates: Price Hike, Cash Reserve, Facebook Board(Continued from Prior Part)Netflix’s debt stood at $10.3 billion in Q1 Netflix’s (NFLX) debt is about to swell. The company recently announced a plan to borrow $2.0 billion through bond
Netflix Aspires to New Records in 2019(Continued from Prior Part)Current marketing chief retiring The search is on for a new marketing chief at Netflix (NFLX), as the company’s current chief marketing officer, Kelly Bennett, who has been with the
LOS ANGELES/BEIJING, April 24 (Reuters) - Marvel superhero movie "Avengers: Endgame" set an opening-day record in China with an estimated $107.2 million in ticket sales, distributor Walt Disney Co said. The movie, the final chapter of a story told across 22 Marvel films featuring popular characters such as Iron Man, Thor and Black Widow, smashed many records to become China's highest grossing foreign movie on first day when it was released on Wednesday, two days before its U.S. screening.
The early bird gets the worm, Jim Cramer reminded his Mad Money viewers Wednesday. If you wait for an all-clear, Cramer said the gains will have already been made. Cramer said that means the time to buy is now.
Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) shares are up 15 percent since the company announced it would be launching its new $6.99-per-month Disney+ streaming service starting in November. Netflix shares are up 2.7 percent since Disney’s announcement, suggesting investors aren’t too concerned about Disney+. A random survey of 602 current Netflix subscribers found that 14.5 percent of Netflix users are considering dropping their Netflix subscription in favor of Disney+.
Netflix Aspires to New Records in 2019(Continued from Prior Part)Apple Plus and Disney Plus coming Apple and Walt Disney (DIS) recently unveiled their new subscription video services, which will compete with Netflix for customers and revenue in the
The final chapter in a decade-long superhero saga and the remake of a big-screen classic could topple box-office records during a summer movie season expected to be dominated by Walt Disney Co. Ticket sales in China hit $107.2 million, the highest opening-day total in the country's history.
Netflix Updates: Price Hike, Cash Reserve, Facebook BoardNetflix adds new customers despite its price hikeNetflix (NFLX) is working its way through a series of price increases in several markets, including the United States and parts of Europe. At
Netflix Aspires to New Records in 2019Company aiming to add 5.0 million subscribers in current quarter Netflix (NFLX) is aiming to add 14.6 million paying subscribers in the first six months of 2019. The company added 9.6 million subscribers in the
More than 14 percent of Netflix customers said that they are considering canceling the streaming giant’s service when Disney+ launches in November.
The initiative came in response to unsolicited takeover interest in Great Wolf, which could fetch more than $3 billion in a sale, one of the people said. Great Wolf is set to generate more than $300 million in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization over the next 12 months, one of the people said. A representative for Centerbridge declined to comment, and a representative for Great Wolf didn’t immediately have a comment.
Marvel superhero movie "Avengers: Endgame" set an opening-day record in China with an estimated $107.2 million in ticket sales, distributor Walt Disney Co said on Wednesday. "Endgame" ...
Media giants Disney and Netflix have both proven to be extremely successful companies over the years, and each landed a spot on the Forbes list of the world's most valuable brands in 2018 . Now the two are in a battle to win over the world's binge-watchers, as Disney recently announced the November debut of its streaming platform, Disney+ . The answer is Netflix — by a lot.
The heiress and documentary film-maker, who in a string of tweets on Sunday said the $65.7m Disney CEO Bob Iger earned last year was “insane”, wrote in an editorial published by the Washington Post that Walt Disney should cut boardroom pay to “help rebuild the American middle class”. Disney could set aside half of its executive bonus pool to give the bottom decile of workers an extra $2,000, Ms Disney claimed. Mr Iger’s total compensation last year was 1,424 times the median salary of a Disney worker, she said.
NEW YORK (AP) — Given all the attention it has received over the past two years, the actual release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report wasn't exactly appointment television viewing.
While much of the world is abuzz about the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge land opening later this year at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Orlando, there's a lot of work ongoing at Walt Disney World's other local parks, as well. One of the projects ongoing at Disney's Epcot theme park is an upgrade to its entrance and additions to its Future World area. The description of the work is: "Project G: 200D-2 Ancillary Facilities." The contractor on the permit application is The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. in Orlando.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the early "Avengers: Endgame" numbers. "Avengers: Endgame" opens this weekend and is expected to earn between $260 million and $285 million in the U.S., an industry record. While some have suggested it could reach or surpass $300 million, that isn't likely. "Endgame" has broken records for advanced ticket sales and will have the widest release of any movie in U.S. film history.