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Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' is outpacing already bullish expectations.
The clock is ticking on the streaming media giant to secure licensing deals with the major music labels and stay on track for an initial public offering.
A 451 Research survey shows that 33% chose their streaming service for its original content.
It's amazing anyone still subscribes to cable TV given the plethora of lower-priced choices and the ability to curate a video selection that fits personal tastes.
The top 64 companies taking a trip to TheStreet's 2017 Market Bracket Challenge tournament.
The popular streaming service is facing increased competition, but it's still leading the pack.
With more than $230 billion in overseas cash, Apple can significantly increase its dividend, according to Pacific Crest.
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MuleSoft recently announced a March 17 IPO.
The Netflix CEO spoke with journalists earlier today at the company's headquarters in Los Gatos, CA.
Consumer spending isn't stalled, says Jim Cramer. Consumers are spending, but they're hiding behind Alexa and their smartphones.
Consumers watch video differently on smartphones than on PCs and TVs. Tech giants are responding with content and ads meant specifically for mobile devices.
Amazon Web Services is frequently used to host a company's platform, meaning there's no need for a company to create its own infrastructure.
With its high-margin businesses boosting profits, Amazon is investing heavily again and betting Wall Street won't mind.
Jim Cramer says economic fundamentals remain strong and this market's rallying with relief at Fed's anticipated rate hike.
Lundin Law PC, a shareholder rights firm, announces the filing of a class action lawsuit against Netflix, Inc.
Consider these price targets for FANG a roadmap for the next several months.
Netflix's original content has made it a hit in the key foreign markets of India and Germany -- but Amazon Prime still has more subscribers in each country.
These stocks weren't quitting in a weak environment, and now they shine in a strong one.
Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announces the filing of a class action lawsuit on behalf of purchasers of Netflix, Inc.