301.00 +0.06 (0.02%)
After hours: 7:59PM EDT
|Bid||300.85 x 100|
|Ask||301.55 x 900|
|Day's Range||300.36 - 310.67|
|52 Week Range||138.66 - 333.98|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||240.75|
|Earnings Date||Apr 16, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||280.90|
Streaming giant Netflix (NFLX) has seen its stock surge over the past few years, mirroring the other tech giants. Despite the volatility in the stock markets, Netflix continues to surge, which has investors thinking whether the rally will last. A number of analysts, including those from Guggenheim and Goldman Sachs, are strongly bullish on the stock and expect the rally to continue.
Prime is likely one of the biggest drivers of the e-commerce giant's growth, and its streaming video is encouraging people to subscribe.
In need of a new side hustle? Netflix is paying up to $15,000 each to hackers who expose flaws in its system. The bug-bounty program, launched through the platform Bugcrowd, is designed to help Netflix catch vulnerabilities in its system before they become real threats. How much you earn depends on what you find. There…
Facebook (FB) is in talks with roughly ten major news publishers about paying them for the news videos they post to its platform, CNBC reported, citing a source close to the social media company. It seems Facebook is gearing up to create a news section in its Watch tab, a dedicated video platform that Facebook launched last August within its namesake flagship app. Discussions with publishers are said to revolve around how much Facebook will pay for the daily videos.
As Netflix (NFLX) looks to enhance its service quality, the company is increasingly adopting artificial intelligence (or AI) and machine-learning tools to offer better-quality videos to its customers. Netflix has recently added AI to enhance video quality as well as cut down on the amount of data used to stream videos on mobile phones. The feature is first being introduced in mobile videos, and Netflix has plans to roll out the desktop and smart TV versions in the next few months.
Box Chief Executive Aaron Levie says the similarities between his company and Dropbox CEO Drew Houston’s mostly end at the names in an interview ahead of Dropbox’s initial public offering.
The Walt Disney Company (DIS) is streamlining its operations and reorganizing its business into four segments to enhance its business model. The company now wants to focus on new growth opportunities in the media sector, and it’s revamped its divisions to keep in view the transformations in the media environment. Accordingly, the company has combined its Media Networks and Studio Entertainment segments, whereas it has combined Parks, Experiences, and Consumer Products into another unit.
New York Stock Exchange floor trader Matt Cheslock joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith to discuss the latest market moves.