Netflix Adds 5.2M Subscribers, Shares up 10%
New seasons of such shows as “Orange is the New Black” and “House of Cards” helped boost subscriber growth in a historically weak quarter.
Netflix Stock Rises 20% on Q3 Member Growth
The video streaming service added nearly 3.6 million subscribers, far exceeding its own forecast and making up for sluggish Q2 growth.
Brexit Vote Hits U.S. Cos. Hard, But Differently
Media companies get slammed, while airlines foresee lower traffic from Britain.
Chicago Netflix Tax Draws Legal Fire
Lawsuit charges that the city’s “amusement tax” unfairly discriminates against the Internet.
Cloud Computing’s Waste Land
Companies that don't monitor cloud server use may be paying their provider for compute cycles when no one is using them.
WWE Goes “Over the Top”: Video
The finance chief of the wrestling entertainment company talks about how it is scaling and partnering to expand its global reach.
Media and Entertainment CFOs: Time to Invest
Finance chiefs at media and entertainment firms say the economy has recovered, but many of the challenges presented by the transition to digital remain.
Should You Pay Your Employees to Quit?
Amazon does, hoping to weed out unhappy workers. But the real payoff from such an offer should be getting smarter about employee turnover.
SEC Blesses Social Media Disclosures
Executives eager to make disclosures via social channels are free to do so, as long as investors are told where to look ahead of time. But company-wide social media governance is more important than ever.