388.87 -3.11 (-0.79%)
Pre-market: 7:41AM EDT
|Bid||388.26 x 900|
|Ask||389.25 x 900|
|Day's range||387.51 - 398.86|
|52-week range||144.25 - 398.86|
|PE ratio (TTM)||262.72|
|Earnings date||16 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||334.95|
The days of unlimited internet could be overBloomberg NewsSoon consumers may not be able to stream unlimited content on sites like Netflix, experts say. Net neutrality is over, but what does that mean for your pocketbook? This month, a repeal of net neutrality rules that required regulators to treat all companies using the internet equally went into effect.
If you're looking for a proper entry for runaway China stocks Huya, iQiyi and Bilibili, you may soon get your chance. Meanwhile, Momo is extended but not overheated.
Nobel Prize winning economist Richard Thaler tells people to “nudge for good” — not everyone follows his adviceParamount Pictures/courtesy Everett CollectionBookmakers use ‘nudge theory’ to get gamblers to place riskier bets, car-sharing services use prompts to keep people working and video-subscription services start videos before the credits have rolled on the last one to keep people watching. Nobel Prize winning economist Richard Thaler’s nudge theory has helped workers beef up their retirement accounts to the tune of nearly $30 billion, gotten people to eat more fruits and vegetables, and even helped men improve their aim into urinals. Nudge theory is based on the idea that small tweaks in “choice architecture” — in other words, how choices are presented to consumers — can help steer people toward decisions that will benefit them.
Despite initial reports to the contrary, the streaming giant is sticking to what it does best.
If you have any doubts about the competition or the biggest reason new subscribers are flocking to Netflix, this should put those questions to rest.
Apple has secured its biggest star yet in its battle with Netflix, Amazon and the rest of Hollywood for top TV talent. Oprah Winfrey will work with the iPhone maker to produce TV shows for its forthcoming ...
There’s a great irony to the merger craze that has swept the media world. The deals are all being driven by a desperate attempt to catch up with Netflix, even though a few years ago any rich and savvy media company could have acquired the upstart for what would now seem a relatively small sum. In 2013, just as Netflix (NFLX) was launching House of Cards, its first original show, the streaming pioneer had a market value of just $10 billion.
Apple is likely to spend about $900 million on video content this year as it ramps up production of original TV shows to take on Netflix and others in subscription video on demand, an analyst says.
Chart Reading For Beginners: Using examples from Netflix, Nvidia and others, discover three telltale clues that help you see if it's time to buy, sell or hold your stocks.
Apple Inc. has been cobbling together a collection of expensive web video series (and a movie) as it makes its zillionth attempt to become a little more like Netflix and reduce its reliance on iPhone sales. An articulated strategy for what the company hopes to get out of making its own entertainment programming. Any communication, including to people who are making programs for Apple, on where or how potential viewers will see this Apple programming.
John Stankey, the incoming head of AT&T Inc.’s entertainment division, plans to boost HBO’s original-programming budget to keep pace with deep-pocketed rivals like Netflix Inc. AT&T took over HBO and the rest of Time Warner Inc. on Thursday after overcoming an antitrust battle. “I fully expect we’re going to be investing heavier in content development at HBO,” Stankey said in an interview.
AT&T Inc., a company tied to the invention of the telephone, is buying its way into Hollywood. Comcast Corp., one of the most powerful names in cable, internet services and TV programming, is daring to get even bigger. If you remember the Media Merger Wheel, we thought it was an appropriate time to refresh our map of the startling overtures and tie-ups that we could see among the leaders in media, tech and more in a post-AT&T-Time Warner world. Introducing the Merger Wheel 2.0, courtesy of Bloomberg Opinion’s Elaine He.
Netflix (NFLX), as well as other online video services that have been gaining subscribers at the expense of traditional pay-TV companies, could have a hard time accelerating or sustaining robust growth. According to a report by consulting firm PwC, the market for online video services is becoming crowded. For example, consumers feeling overwhelmed by the streaming options could return to a cable subscription, which can provide access to a mix of content in one convenient place. Online video services such as Netflix, Hulu, and Google’s (GOOGL) YouTube have been recruiting customers from the pool of consumers abandoning traditional cable plans for slimmer and usually cheaper online options.
Netflix (NFLX) stock climbed 3.41% on Thursday to close right around its brand new all-time high a day after Goldman Sachs (GS) analysts announced their extremely bullish outlook for the streaming video power. Now let's see why the investment banking giant is so positive and take a look at some of Netflix's current fundamentals to help investors see if they agree.
debuted on the stock market in April, founder Daniel Ek made a promise to the chief executives of the three record labels that control the music industry: Spotify is not looking to own music copyrights or sign its own artists, he told them. Last week it was revealed that Spotify is licensing music directly from some artists and their managers. Spotify’s moves do not technically breach Mr Ek’s promise, or the contracts it has with record labels, which stipulate that the company cannot buy master recordings or compete with them in a meaningful way.
The Nasdaq commanded the upside again and growth stocks showed strong moves on Thursday. The NYSE composite edged slightly lower and fell for a third day in a row.
In the battle between Wall Street bulls and bears over Netflix stock, the bulls are winning. Netflix shares spiked to an all-time high on Thursday, their second record high in as many days.
See who joins Netflix, Grubhub, Twitter, Momo and Urban Outfitters on this list of stocks expecting 50% or greater earnings growth in their next quarterly report.
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz discusses the performance of Netflix and Wall Street's appetite for m&a. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." His opinions are his own. (Source: Bloomberg)...
Sports-media venture Perform wants to be the "Netflix of sports," but it's got competition. It's intent on giving fans access to any sport they want, at any time, for a low monthly subscription fee. On Wednesday, Perform and British broadcaster Sky won the rights to show Italy’s top-flight Serie A soccer matches until 2021 for more than $1.2 billion a season, Italy’s soccer league chairman said.