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18 Sep 2019
Marc Randolph, Netflix Inc. co-founder and former chief executive officer, discusses how Netflix is changing the face of television and the competition between content and streaming platforms with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Technology."
23 Jul 2019
Michael Pachter, an analyst at Wedbush Securities, and Bloomberg's Lucas Shaw discuss Netflix Inc.'s second-quarter results and outlook on "Bloomberg Technology."
21 Apr 2019
Bob O'Donnell, president at TECHnalysis Research, talks about Netflix Inc.'s results and outlook. Netflix delivered a disappointing forecast for the current quarter, with growth in the U.S. slowing to a near-trickle.
21 Jan 2019
Justin Patterson, Raymond James analyst, discusses discusses his bullish call for Netflix Inc. with Bloomberg's Emily Chang and Anousha Sakoui on "Bloomberg Technology."
3 Jan 2019
Netflix Inc. will reportedly announce it is hiring Spencer Neumann as its Chief Financial Officer after Activision Blizzard Inc. said in a New Year's Eve regulatory filing that it planned to fire him for an unspecified reason.
23 Dec 2018
Andre Swanston, Tru Optik chief executive officer and co-founder, and Paul Verna, eMarketer principal analyst, discuss what to expect from Netflix Inc. in 2019 and the growing competition in streaming media.
24 Oct 2018
Netflix Inc. is once again turning to the junk-bond market to fund new programming as it seeks to maintain subscriber growth.
17 Oct 2018
Jonathan Klein, president at Vilynx Inc., previews results from Netflix Inc. and examines the growing competition the company faces in streaming media.
14 Oct 2018
Bloomberg Intelligence's Paul Sweeney previews Netflix Inc.'s third-quarter earnings report on "Bloomberg Technology."
14 Aug 2018
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.
15 Aug 2017
Netflix Inc. signed a multiyear contract with Shonda Rhimes, poaching the creator of the hit TV series “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy” from Walt Disney Co.’s ABC network.

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