Between Netflix, Disney+, Amazon and others, consumers will soon have more choice than ever in where to get their entertainment. Some services will wind up on the chopping block of household budgets -- but which?
Plus, more analysis of Qualcomm's bombshell agreement with Apple.
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Wall Street remained positive on Netflix despite weaker-than-expected guidance from the streaming video giant.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Abbott's earnings, Qualcomm's dispute with Apple is over and Netflix's earnings.
However, soft guidance from Netflix and so-so earnings from IBM are keeping positive sentiment contained.
Netflix said in its first-quarter shareholder letter that it's 'excited to compete,' comparing the new competition to the rise of cable networks in the 1980s and 1990s.
The streaming giant beat earnings expectations for the first quarter but its second quarter guidance was less pleasing.
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