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Chairman and CEO Lowell McAdam argues that Netflix started off modestly, too.
The internet investor and star of ABC's 'Shark Tank' tells a Senate subcommittee that with the rise of Facebook and Google, AT&T's proposed acquisition of Time Warner is small potatoes.
Netflix finds more than 30 million members around the world pair TV and movies
The goal right now is to find the themes that are working and stick with them.
Netflix was a top gainer in the Nasdaq 100 on Tuesday. The pullback appears to be over.
Stocks once considered free of risks aren't any longer, Cramer warns.
I booked a small loss on Xencor and bought Ross Stores after it bounced just pennies above the gap.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the South Korean electronics conglomerate on Tuesday in its ongoing legal fight with the iPhone giant.
This is buy-and-hold action not navigate-the-volatility action.
Stocks made away with slight gains as Wall Street shrugged off crude oil's first loss in five sessions.
The TV network operator doesn't plan on bowing to market pressure, despite the industry move toward over-the-top and streaming offerings.
Netflix would provide Apple with 5 key things.
Neal Mohan, chief product office at YouTube, said he's more interested in creating content for the subscription service that its core viewers want to see than emphasizing growing subscriptions.
Jeff Bewkes described the deal as a means of making all of his company's networks, and eventually all of television, more like HBO. And AT&T's head made a similar argument.
Stock picking is becoming more challenging as the groups with the strongest recent momentum start to fade; I'm eyeing silver and semis.
CBS is working to build up its subscription service, even as the company's network TV programming sees top ratings.
The food and drinks giant hooks up with online meal kit marketplace Chef'd, but is it too late to the game that already features a host of high-quality do-it-yourself options.
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos says the streaming service is turning to reality TV to help generate new subscribers.
Advertisers will spend the same amount on broadcast networks in 2017 that they did in 2016, according to CBS Research Chief David Poltrack.
Jim Cramer ponders how some stocks are the way they are. And how other stocks are the way they are, too.
The banking sector has been in rally mode since the election on November 8, so investors need to be patient when buying them, Wedbush Equity Management CIO Steve Massocca said.
That's a nice surprise, but tech is still among the victims of the chaos.
The video streaming service will now allow customers to download videos, giving it a better edge to compete against Amazon. But is it still a buy?
I'm feeling pressure to force some trades today, but I'm trying to stay selective.
Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.