Activision Sues Netflix for ‘Poaching’ CFO Neumann
Netflix has a "pattern of caring only about attracting and employing whoever Netflix wants, regardless of whether it violates the law along the way."
Netflix Reports Mixed Q3 Earnings, Slower User Growth
Revenue was higher by 22.7% year-over-year as the company recorded 2.2 million paid net subscribers versus 6.8 million net additions a year ago.
Netflix Adds 10 Million Subs But Stock Slides
As "consumers get through the initial shock of COVID and social restrictions," Netflix sees subscriber growth slowing to 2.5 million in the third quarter.
Netflix Subscriber Growth in U.S. Misses Forecast
Netflix's "operations abroad look as promising as ever ... while clouds are beginning to gather in the company's home market."
Netflix Posts First-Ever Drop in U.S. Subscribers
“Netflix's continued subscription price hikes might finally have reached the end of some customers' patience in the U.S."
Netflix Posts Record Quarterly Subscriber Gain
“What’s making investors nervous is that there are signs of a slowdown in the second-quarter subscriber growth,” an analyst says.
Apple Enters Streaming Wars With Apple TV+
The new streaming platform may face heavy competition from the likes of Netflix but should grow Apple's services business.
The CFO’s Crucial Role in Digital Transformation
The need to decide what funding requests to prioritize and how much to invest puts finance chiefs squarely in the middle of digital transformation efforts.
Netflix Adds 8.8 Million Subscribers in Q4
The company's shares fell 3.8% on its earnings report but it is now "approaching 50% penetration of U.S. TV households."
Could High-Riding Netflix Be In for a Fall?
Changes in executive pay, the departure of its CFO, and almost $30 billion of cash obligations may be warning signs for Netflix's valuation outlook.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Jan. 4
Netflix, Public Storage, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, CIRCOR, Lattice Semiconductor, Southcross Energy, Franklin Financial, Seagate, Southern Company Gas