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Netflix CFO Wells to step down, help choose successor

By Bloomberg
14 August 2018   |   6:07 am
Netflix Inc. Chief Financial Officer David Wells plans to step down after eight years in the position and will stay on with the company to help choose his successor and during the transition.

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