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Tesla shares popped after the company announced its EV charging partnership with GM. Netflix's stock rose after data from Antenna showed a jump in subscribers as the company's password sharing crackdown kicked off in the U.S. Yahoo Finance Live breaks down some of the trending tickers of the day.
Netflix sign-ups jump in the wake of the platform's password sharing crackdown in the US, according to new data.
Netflix (NFLX) is expanding its international content with upcoming movies and shows in Swedish, Danish, German and Korean.
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Looking for new ways to make money in a saturating market and a tough economy, Netflix moved to regulate the sharing of account passwords with friends and family - a drastic turnaround for a company that had once tweeted "Love is sharing a password". Netflix had estimated that more than a 100 million households had supplied their log-in credentials to people outside their homes. Under the new rules, U.S. users can add a member outside of their homes for an additional fee of $8 per month.
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Artificial intelligence and this week's market melt-up are driving mega cap tech stocks higher. Yardeni Research President Ed Yardeni joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the trends seen across the tech space and the potential to broaden out to other industries.
Amazon (AMZN) is in early-stage discussions for an ad-supported tier for Prime Video.
Disney (DIS) is expanding the Star Wars universe with the launch of Star Wars: Ahsoka on Aug 23, exclusively on Disney+.
Roku (ROKU) saw its shares surge in the last session with trading volume being higher than average. The latest trend in earnings estimate revisions could translate into further price increase in the near term.
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Investing.com -- Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) reportedly plans to launch an-advertising-supported tier of its Prime Video streaming services as part of move to bolster growth from entertainment, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing unnamed sources.
JPMorgan and Wells Fargo raised their price targets on Netflix's stock and Amazon Pay adds Affirm's buy now, pay later service. Yahoo Finance Live breaks down how shares are reacting.
Shares of Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU) were surging today even as there was no major news out on the leading streaming distribution platform. Instead, investors seemed to be reacting to a number of smaller news items, including that Amazon was planning to launch an ad-based tier for Prime Video. As of 1:52 p.m. ET, Roku stock was up 11.6% as of 1:53 p.m. ET.
Netflix (NFLX) is expanding its mobile games portfolio with the launch of games, including The Queen's Gambit Chess and Oxenfree II: Lost Signals.
Paramount Global (PARA) collaborates with VIDAA to bring Paramount+ to viewers in Canada and Latin America.
JPMorgan and Wells Fargo analysts both raised their price targets for Netflix, citing the streaming platform's new ad-tier performance. Yahoo Finance Live takes a look at how the streamer's shares are trading.
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Netflix (NFLX) closed at $399.29 in the latest trading session, marking a -1.05% move from the prior day.
The Directors Guild of America reached a tentative agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers as the writers' strike enters its sixth week.
Swedish streaming service Viaplay has ousted its chief executive, warned of a loss this quarter and scrapped its forecasts, sending shares in the group that bet heavily on a mix of football and Nordic noir drama down by more than 60 per cent. The company, which had styled itself as a competitor to Netflix in Europe, shocked investors after disclosing the rapid deterioration in its business in a press release issued at 2am Swedish time on Monday. Alongside the exit of Anders Jensen, who has had the top job since 2018, Viaplay also withdrew its long-term guidance for sales, subscriber and profit growth entirely.