The streaming site is trying to counter slowing growth in the U.S. with its move in January to launch in more than 130 new markets worldwide.
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With no real hobbies to speak of, this billionaire spends his time loving animals, perfecting work-life balance and generally making the world a better place.
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If you want to make your love last more than one season, there's just one thing to do: Put a ring on it.
The service, called fast.com, works like other Internet connection measurement tools such as speedtest.net.
Later this year, author James Patterson will release a new line of books he calls BookShots -- cheap and to-the-point to capture and keep customers' attention. Kind of like Jack Daniels.
The company said it had been doing this for five years to protect customers from exceeding their mobile data limits.
Cable TV is fast becoming obsolete with cord-cutting apps such as Hulu, Pluto TV and Amazon Prime taking over.
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The video streaming site is going up against Netflix by rolling out new original series behind a $9.99-a-month paywall.
The Nasty Girl founder will serve as executive producer.
From travel stipends to egg freezing, these perks go above and beyond traditional corporate benefits.
Reed Hastings's money pool will contribute to education.