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Netflix (NFLX) closed at $476.89 in the latest trading session, marking a -1.8% move from the prior day.
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Behind every monster stock is almost always a company driving tremendous change to an industry. Experienced investors can remember how Amazon transformed both retail -- and later -- the information technology industry. Buying Amazon or Netflix could still keep one rich.
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When Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) first pivoted to streaming content from mailed DVDs, it was a relatively small company. It faced potential competition from major players like Disney (NYSE: DIS), Comcast, HBO (which was then owned by Time Warner, but is now owned by AT&T (NYSE: T)), and even Blockbuster. All of those companies could have squashed Netflix by competing with the current streaming leader's moves in 2007.
Wall Street on Wednesday looked to extend a monster Q2 rally, and set the tone for a new month and quarter.
The first half of 2020 was turbulent, but it was generally good to the Nasdaq stock market, and that momentum continued on the first day of July. The Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC) and the Nasdaq 100 climbed around 1%, outpacing much of the rest of the market. Amgen (NASDAQ: AMGN) celebrated a valuable legal win, while Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) made a strategic hire and got praise from stock analysts.
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What happened Shares of Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) rose as much as 5.4% on Wednesday, setting new all-time highs in the process. The video-streaming veteran's stock price was boosted by bullish actions from two analyst firms.
Millennials have helped in boosting the adoption and use of technology during the pandemic.
The deal to acquire Eleven for an unspecified sum will add to Sony’s family of two dozen production companies worldwide, which includes Left Bank Pictures, the London-based group behind The Crown, another Netflix success. Founded in 2006 by Jamie Campbell and Joel Wilson, two documentary makers turned drama executives, Eleven shot to prominence after Sex Education was watched by more than 40m Netflix viewers in its first month.
The section of the movie industry tied up with ticket sales may exhale glumly at the latest project from Netflix. Homemade, overseen by director Pablo Larraín, is a potpourri of largely untitled short films from 18 contributors scattered across the globe, challenged to capture something of lockdown and the year of Covid. In Los Angeles, Kristen Stewart casts herself in an unnerving close-up of insomnia, precision acted.
Saint John, who has been vocal about inequality in corporate America, joins from entertainment and talent agency Endeavor where she was the head of marketing since 2018. The death of an unarmed Black man, George Floyd, at the hands of police has triggered protests in the United States against racism and police brutality, while also reigniting the debate of diversity in America's corporate boardrooms.
Dominant category leaders, strong long-term prospects, and strength in the face of COVID. What more could you ask for?
Disney (DIS) owned Disney+ Hotstar streaming services are set to launch Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex on its platform showcasing big-ticket Bollywood movies deferred for release due to coronavirus.
When macOS Big Sur launches later this year, Apple computer owners will finally be able to watch Netflix in 4K HDR. When Big Sur -- the 11th iteration of Apple's Mac computer operating system -- launches this fall, a new version of the brand's web browser Safari will be released along with it. A welcome new addition to the browser is its ability to stream 4K and Dolby Vision content, which means that people using Apple computers will now be able to stream Netflix content in its highest available quality, an ability that iPhone owners will also be gaining when iOS 14 launches.
When "The Politician" debuted on Netflix last year, it divided the hosts of the Original Content podcast. To be clear, "The Politician" is still pretty entertaining, thanks to a consistent dedication to packing as many ridiculous plot twists as possible into any given episode. As teased at the end of season one, the show has jumped forward a few years from titular politician Payton Hobart's contentious election for student body president.
In the latest trading session, Netflix (NFLX) closed at $465.91, marking a +1.76% move from the previous day.