Netflix Raises Prices, YouTube Bans Dangerous Pranks and Snap Inc.'s CFO Quits. (60-Second Video)
- We’re in for a Netflix price hike. Monthly subscription plans will rise by $1 or $2 each, with the premium option rising from $14 to $16 per month.
- With an updated set of guidelines, YouTube has banned dangerous prank or “challenge” videos that could cause death. Exhibit A: The “Tide Pod challenge,” where users ate packets of laundry detergent on camera.
- Snap Inc.'s stock plummeted 8.5 percent after news that CFO Tim Stone is quitting. He joined the company less than a year ago -- and he's reportedly walking away from most of his pay package, worth $20 million.
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