355.50 -4.23 (-1.18%)
Pre-Market: 8:02AM EDT
|Bid||354.80 x 900|
|Ask||356.98 x 900|
|Day's Range||357.46 - 370.46|
|52 Week Range||231.23 - 423.21|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.49|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||128.48|
|Earnings Date||Jul 15, 2019 - Jul 19, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||387.03|
Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer sits down with Mark Cuba, billionaire businessman and owner of the Dallas Mavericks.
Disney, AT&T and Comcast have plans to enter the streaming-video ring, armed with well-known TV and movie brands. But can they hold their own against industry juggernaut Netflix? Photo illustration: Heather Seidel/The Wall Street Journal
ET spoke with the actress at the premiere of her new Netflix movie, 'Always Be My Maybe,' which starts streaming May 31.
Netflix packed May with new movies like Wine Country, the animated series Tucaand Bertie, a Ted Bundy biopic and more
Kemp earlier postponed his planned trip to Los Angeles for the annual "Georgia Film Day" after signing the "heartbeat" legislation into law, which outlaws abortion after six weeks.
British broadband provider TalkTalk reported a 17% rise in full-year core earnings to 237 million pounds ($300 million), in line with expectations, as it benefited from lower costs and customers switching to faster fiber products to watch video. Chief Executive Tristia Harrison said simplifying the customer offer over the last two years had strengthened the fundamentals of the business. TalkTalk said a record 152,000 people took its faster fiber products in the final quarter of the year.
Elsewhere on Thursday: -- Remember 3D printed guns ? They're back . -- A converted car park in Peckham. -- Economics reinvents itself . Again. -- Why Netflix issues debt from Guernsey . -- 'Fake artists' ...
In cities globally, street vendors are an essential source of food and provide critical income to women but recent crackdowns are threatening this lifestyle.
Facebook's latest virtual reality (VR) device, called Oculus Quest, gets good reviews. Apps download straight to the device and WiFi connects users for multiplayer games. Comic book superheroes are notably scarce in VR content, which seems odd because comic book fans are super-passionate about their make-believe worlds.
Now it's time to check out three tech stocks that came through our screen today that growth investors might want to consider buying right now.
Investors still appear to like tech a lot. They’re just trying to dodge the tech stocks that have exposure to China. And that means avoiding hardware-exposed tech companies for stocks like Twitter, Alphabet, and Netflix.
There’s a long answer to the question “how does Netflix make money?” And a short one. Actually, since 2011, Netflix has not had any positive cash flow. So, the more important question is not “how does Netflix make money?”, but “how does Netflix NOT make money?” Lets back up and start with some basic information. Netflix was founded in 1997 by Reed Hastings and Marc Rudolph as a service that allowed users to rent movies on DVD through the internet and have them mailed to their doors.
Disney's (DIS) Marvel Entertainment and NetEase come together to create original content, including games, comic books and TV series based on Marvel characters.
How Alibaba Is Pursuing e-Commerce and Cloud Dominance(Continued from Prior Part)Alibaba’s second major content sale to NetflixThere’s good news for Alibaba (BABA) in Netflix’s (NFLX) swelling content budget. Netflix is turning to Alibaba for
Savita Subramanian argues that investors should look toward less popular sectors, like financial services.
for the British food delivery company Deliveroo, it hurt shares in the latter’s rivals. The deal gives Amazon a stake in both delivery and preparation through “dark kitchens” in which some Deliveroo meals are made. It is an arresting move — who knew that a company that started by selling books online would end up as the part owner of kitchens?
CEO of Netflix Inc (NASDAQ:NFLX) Reed Hastings sold 57,414 shares of NFLX on 05/20/2019 at an average price of $348.88 a share.
The new law sought, among other things, to make bond markets more transparent by making information about issues readily available to the public. Three years later, it appears that nearly half of all corporate bond issues -- including those from firms like Netflix -- now originate on Guernsey, a small island in the English Channel that is best known for its famed breed of cows. The Channel Islands fell under his new purview, but they remained part of the Norman Duchy, and paid taxes in France.