321.00 -0.99 (-0.31%)
After hours: 7:59PM EST
|Bid||320.75 x 900|
|Ask||321.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||318.60 - 331.75|
|52 Week Range||231.23 - 423.21|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.53|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||114.91|
|Earnings Date||Apr 15, 2019 - Apr 22, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||393.69|
Comcast reports better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings as Viacom buys streaming service Pluto. Yahoo Finance's Jackie DeAngelis and Heidi Chung discuss.
Viacom bought video-streaming service Pluto TV for $340 million in cash, a move that gives the company a larger presence in online video. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Sibile Marcellus, Melody Hahm, Dan Roberts and David Nelson of Belpointe Asset Mangement discuss.
Although the second season of The Punisher only hit Netflix last week, the future of the show remains uncertain. Three of Netflix's other Marvel shows have been cancelled in last few months, and it remains a possibility that The Punisher might join them. However, showrunner Steve Lightfoot is already speaking about potential next projects, including revisiting another much-loved Marvel character. In an interview with comicbook.com, Lightfoot revealed he is interested in making a show about Blade, the vampire hunter who previously featured in two movies starring Wesley Snipes. "I have no idea who owns it, but I've always loved the Blade character," he said. "I think that would be a great one to come back with. I thought those movies were great and I love that mythology. I'm a big horror fan, and as a fan of that it would be a fun one to play around with."
Stocks lose earnings steam as the euphoria fades. Is Netflix a leading indicator? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Pete Najarian, Tim Seymour, Steve Grasso and Guy Adami.
Plus, there's a date for The Expanse on Amazon Prime, and Fender has a guitar that blurs the line between acoustic and electric. The first two seasons of the show, which originally aired on Syfy, are already available to watch on Amazon's streaming platform.
Hulu is lowering the price for its least expensive subscription plan while raising the cost of its live TV offering, a move that aims to bolster its subscriber numbers while increasing the margins on its most expensive plan. Hulu’s basic plan—which lets users stream TV shows, with ads, but doesn’t include live sports and news—will cost $5.99 a month starting Feb. 26, down from $7.99 previously. The streaming service, which last lowered the price of its basic plan in 2010, decided to further cut the cost after running promotional campaigns last year that discounted the offering to $5.99, according to a person familiar with the matter.
CEO of Netflix Inc (NASDAQ:NFLX) Reed Hastings sold 67,907 shares of NFLX on 01/22/2019 at an average price of $328.17 a share.
The streaming firm leaves the Internet Association, a tech industry group, and joins the MPAA, underscoring its growth as a content creator.
Tech and Media's Latest: Apple, Disney, Netflix, and Facebook(Continued from Prior Part)Netflix’s debt continues to mount Netflix (NFLX) has spent tens of billions of dollars on boosting its content library over the last few years. The streaming