News and Articles About Netflix
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.
News and trends
Netflix and Nintendo are reportedly working together to develop the game into a show.
A whopping $1.4 billion worth of mergers and acquisitions took place in the space last year.
Depressed and lonely people are more likely to consume back-to-back episodes of entire TV series in a short time span, according to a new study.
Two companies that grew out of new technology for delivering stuff just proved they can make it just as well as the Hollywood establishment.
Each of these companies used big data to get closer to its customers -- and to develop a successful strategy, according to LinkedIn's Russell Glass, author of The Big Data-Driven Business.
Read about the business leaders who dominated headlines in 2014 and set the stage for the year ahead -- for better or for worse.
The record-shattering success of 'Serial' points to a storytelling medium that is at once seemingly groundbreaking and also oddly old-fashioned.