News and Articles About Netflix
Workers tend to fear being perceived as dispensable and also dread a work pileup upon their return.
Netflix and Adobe aren't the only major companies strengthening their support for employees with kids.
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Compensation and benefits
The online media company now lays claim to the most generous family leave policy known.
It sounds great, but raises some questions.
As kids, we all loved National Geographic magazine. Today, that brand is still thriving because it listened to what people want.
The practice of mainlining shows is becoming increasingly acceptable, although it's still an activity that incites complicated emotions, a new study suggests.
A day after the entertainment company announced a 7-for-1 stock split, the activist investor said he sold his remaining Netflix shares.
Each one offers an entertaining storyline, as well as valuable insights into business success.
By allowing more flexibility, Verizon hopes to lure customers away from cable rivals and upstart Web TV companies.
The streaming giant has unveiled a cutting-edge timepiece of its own, which literally allows users to watch Netflix around the clock.
The entertainment juggernaut will reportedly roll out its inaugural cord-cutter offering in Chicago, New York and Philadelphia.
As of today, you no longer need an invite to get your Sling on. Here's what it is, what you can stream and for how much.
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Netflix and Nintendo are reportedly working together to develop the game into a show.