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Capital One Financial Corporation
Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (publ)
International Flavors & Fragrances Inc.
Banco Santander (México), S.A., Institución de Banca Múltiple, Grupo Financiero Santander
Sarepta Therapeutics, Inc.
Seritage Growth Properties
Marc Randolph - Netflix's co-founder and first CEO - details a fateful meeting with Amazon's Jeff Bezos in 1998 that almost changed the course of technology and media.
The online streaming landscape was once owned by a few companies, largely Netflix and Hulu, but each of which offered a different type of content.
Netflix (NFLX) used to dominate the SVOD streaming services market. It was a leader with few competitors and a subscriber base of over 150 million.
According to Reuters, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings (NFLX) said companies like Disney (DIS) and Apple (AAPL) will boost already rising production costs.
Investing.com - Roku shares were hit hard Friday after a Wall Street analyst rated the stock a sell and slapped it with a $60 price target.
This week, the Fed and the ECB cut interest rates, paving the way for cheaper loans and more discretionary income. How could Netflix benefit?
Ericsson's (ERIC) smart factory is likely to accelerate the development of 5G ecosystem with a perfect blend of IoT, AI and ML techniques and fill the void created by the various trade restrictions on Huawei.
Apple and Disney are both about to enter the market, taking on established players such as Netflix and Amazon. In this expensive pivot to video, the iPhone maker is racing to catch up with Netflix, which already spends $15bn a year on content, including the $500m it just dropped on Seinfeld, a 30-year-old sitcom.
Millions of people around the world are marching today in what’s expected to be the largest climate protest to date, ahead of the UN climate summit this weekend. The global wake-up call is one of several ...
Investing.com - The streaming wars are headed to a screen near you and Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) CEO Reed Hastings just admitted it could be tough for his company.
, tech investors are now looking at the other side of the table: how to make sure the right food is available at the right place at the right time to be delivered. “The success of Uber Eats, DoorDash and others suggests there is a demographic shift towards consumption of prepared meals at home,” said Michael Ronen, managing partner at SoftBank Investment Advisers. Venture capitalists have all aligned on the best solution: kitchens that only serve delivery customers, known as “cloud”, “ghost” or “dark” kitchens, that use a combination of advanced food preparation, underused real estate and algorithm-driven optimisation to lower overheads and increase output.
Jeff Bezos, was facing the prospect of a large “climate strike” protest outside Amazon’s Seattle headquarters today and announced new climate targets on Thursday, saying it would aim for net-zero emissions by 2040, and be fuelled by 100 per cent renewable energy from 2030. that it can achieve zero emissions by 2030, one of the key demands of the climate strikers. across the US, Europe and Latin America, together comprising what it said was the “biggest corporate purchase of renewable energy in history”.
The ascent of glass-blowing to the craft-reality pantheon challenges received wisdom about why we enjoy these shows. The 10 contestants gathered in the Blown Away Hot Shop in Ontario, Canada, have more than a century of experience between them and wield their fire-tipped punties with the dexterity of baton-twirling majorettes. The best among them are also serious conceptual artists — the sort who respond to a tableware prompt from the judges with glass art about global malnutrition and the diet industry.
Netflix is to ramp up its £400m investment in British television programmes such as The Crown and Sex Education as spending on the streaming wars creates an “amazing” boomtime for producers. of “a whole new world” of streaming competition in November when big-spending rivals such as Apple and Disney launch their own platforms. Admitting Netflix had been too secretive about its data in the past, Mr Hastings for the first time revealed this year’s investment figure in the UK, promising a further “big increase” to a budget second only to that of the US in size.
Microsoft (MSFT) stock appears to be one of safest mega-cap tech buys out there at the moment, even at its new all-time highs. And it just raised its dividend and announced a new share buyback program.
The Fed cuts interest rates again, but what's next? Why Microsoft (MSFT) stock surged. The latest from AT&T (T) and FedEx (FDX). And why Skechers (SKX) stock is a Zacks Rank 1 (Strong Buy) right now - Free Lunch
In 2018, Netflix signed former US President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama to supply it with original content across a range of categories.
Video-streaming space gets increasingly crowded as Comcast and Facebook join the bandwagon. However, intensifying price war and fight for exclusive rights are threats.