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Netflix still piling up viewers -- and big programming bills
Netflix is pulling in new viewers in droves, but it has a long-term problem _ its acclaimed programming line-up is costing far more money than what subscribers pay for it
7th-grader's 'Why am I not good enough?' video touches millions
Olivia Vella's poem with a powerful message has been viewed more than 20 million times.
Netflix CEO Says Trump Win 'So Bad for America'
At a conference on in New York City on Friday, Netflix co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings said a Trump presidency would "so bad" for the country that any concerns about its effect on the economy would be secondary. The internet movie and TV chief made the comment on stage at The New Yorker TechFest,
Netflix Hits a Roadblock After Global Expansion
Netflix's plan for global domination has suffered a setback after Indonesia's largest Internet service provider reportedly blocked the streaming network. Telkom Indonesia bosses said Netflix may lack the necessary permit to operate as a content provider in the country and also took issue with
Netflix Cracks Down on Users Who Don't Stay Within Their Borders
The folks at Netflix dream of a world where every customer has access to any movie or television show they want to watch. For now, the streaming network said it will crack down on users who attempt to access content available on another country's Netflix site. The reason: it all comes down to
CES 2016: Netflix Reveals Plan for World Domination
People in nearly every country in the world can now enjoy a lazy Friday night watching Netflix . At the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings announced during his keynote address on Wednesday that the streaming service is expanding to 130 more countries, including
Netflix and Microsoft: What You Need to Know About Their New Maternity, Paternity Leave
The competition for the best labor talent is heating up as Microsoft and Netflix both make headlines for generous maternity and paternity leave policies that surpass American corporate standards. Microsoft announced today that it's offering paid parental leave of 12 weeks, "paid at 100 percent, for
Netflix's Big Bet on Cuba, Despite Low Income and Slow Internet Speed
Netflix is moving undeterred into Cuba despite the challenges of who can afford the $7.99 monthly cost and access to broadband Internet. The streaming and media delivery company based in Los Gatos, California , surprised many by announcing that people in Cuba with Internet connections and access to
Time Warner on the Move
I'm Michelle Franzen and New York as the financial markets close on Wall Street for Wednesday November 5. This is story stock Time Warner on the rise today the media and entertainment giant. Up almost 3% as it sees profits and revenue trending higher for the year this after a stronger than expected
10 Obama Achievements That Should Be on Everyone's Bucket List
After joining the NATO Summit in Wales last week, President Obama flew halfway across England to visit the enigmatic Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England. “Knocked this off my bucket list,” the president said before departing. Considering the privileges of his office, that’s hardly the only ...