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CNNMoney: Insiders are selling. Should you?updated: Tue Apr 24 2012 12:44:00

First quarter earnings have been decent, if not spectacular. And many corporate executives are issuing cautiously optimistic guidance for the rest of the year.

CNNMoney: Can Netflix pull a rabbit out of its hat?updated: Fri Apr 20 2012 18:13:00

Netflix's stock has bounced back sharply from last year's nightmare. But it may take some of Gob Bluth's best illusions (don't you dare call them tricks!) for the company to be profitable again anytime soon.

A new reason to stay off the Web at workupdated: Sat Apr 07 2012 06:48:00

When Procter & Gamble shut down some access to the Internet this week, it wasn't to keep employees from messing around on Facebook or crafting personal e-mails on company time.

Money Magazine: Invest in the trend, not in the hypeupdated: Thu Mar 01 2012 05:19:00

Last year was a rough one for many of Wall Street's recent darlings. Netflix, Salesforce.com, and Travelzoo are just a few of the "it" stocks that tumbled in 2011.

CNNMoney: Starz videos disappear from Netflixupdated: Wed Feb 29 2012 16:59:00

Netflix's key contract with Starz expired on Tuesday, causing a massive hit to its instant streaming catalog of movies and TV shows.

First non-game apps show PS Vita's wider potentialupdated: Wed Feb 22 2012 18:52:00

These days, it seems, it's not enough for a digital device to just play games. To keep up with the smartphones and tablet computers of the world, any game system needs to at least nod in the direction of cloud-based and social networking "apps" that are all the rage with the kiddies.

CNNMoney: What's behind Netflix's 22% spike?updated: Fri Jan 27 2012 07:28:00

Netflix is the highest flying stock on the S&P 500 Thursday, but was its fourth-quarter earnings report enough to justify a 22% run up in the stock?

CNNMoney: Netflix starts to rebound from Qwikster blunderupdated: Wed Jan 25 2012 18:45:00

Netflix said Wednesday it began to add customers again last quarter, after a series of blunders damaged its sterling reputation with consumers and investors.

CNNMoney: Gossip girls (and guys): Rumors rule marketupdated: Thu Jan 19 2012 08:15:00

Wow. 2012 is only a few days old but there already have been some game-changing deals. Yahoo has agreed to acquire Netflix. Samsung is taking over Research in Motion. And Eddie Lampert is taking Sears private.

CNNMoney: Blimey! Netflix launches scrum with Amazon in U.K.updated: Mon Jan 09 2012 12:11:00

Netflix on Monday launched its streaming video service in the United Kingdom, where Amazon's rival service dominates.

CNNMoney: Netflix big customer satisfaction loser in '11updated: Wed Dec 28 2011 08:44:00

The customer satisfaction gap between online retailer Amazon and video service Netflix is widening and may pose a significant threat to Netflix's outlook going forward, according to survey results released Wednesday.

CNNMoney: Netflix CEO: 'We got overconfident'updated: Tue Dec 06 2011 17:48:00

Say what you will about Netflix CEO Reed Hastings' recent choices, but he's crystal-clear on how customers view his company's tarnished brand.

CNNMoney: Netflix and Citigroup: the BPs of 2011?updated: Thu Dec 01 2011 15:45:00

Don't call him a hypocrite on Netflix. Hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson is a buyer when the world hates companies.

CNNMoney: Netflix will lose money for all of 2012updated: Tue Nov 22 2011 16:24:00

Netflix dropped a double bomb late Monday: The company now expects to lose money for all of 2012, and it is looking to raise cash in a secondary offering of its stock.

CNNMoney: Netflix subscribers offered class-action payout from Wal-Martupdated: Wed Nov 16 2011 15:07:00

Millions of current and former Netflix customers woke up Wednesday to an e-mail about a class-action lawsuit involving the price of online DVD rentals.

CNNMoney: Is Netflix the next AOL?updated: Fri Oct 28 2011 14:11:00

It still has millions of subscribers, generates a decent chunk of cash and is reporting solid sales growth, but the warning signs are there. If Netflix doesn't watch out, it could be the next AOL.

Are Netflix's best days behind it?updated: Fri Oct 28 2011 06:05:00

Adam Hanft, branding strategist and CEO of Hanft Projects, on how Netflix can recover from customer frustration.

Netflix takes up 32.7% of Internet bandwidth updated: Fri Oct 28 2011 06:05:00

Despite recent troubles, Netflix is a major force on the Internet, accounting for 32.7% of peak U.S. downstream traffic, according to a new report.

CNNMoney: Netflix stock sinks 35% as subscribers fleeupdated: Tue Oct 25 2011 17:51:00

The Netflix nightmare continues. Shares plunged 35% on Tuesday after the video service revealed that it lost 800,000 subscribers in its difficult third quarter.

CNNMoney: Netflix loses 800,000 subscribersupdated: Mon Oct 24 2011 18:55:00

For Netflix, the hits keep on coming -- the bad kind.

Netflix is down but not outupdated: Thu Oct 13 2011 11:02:00

On Monday, Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix, posted on Netflix's blog that the popular online movie rental service would not be breaking off its DVD-by-mail business from its online streaming business. This was Netflix's third major announcement relating to changes in pricing and service offering in four months.

Netflix whiplash stirs angry mobs -- againupdated: Tue Oct 11 2011 05:49:00

Angry Netflix mobs aren't putting away the pitchforks yet.

Challenging year for Netflixupdated: Tue Oct 11 2011 05:49:00

CNN's Maggie Lake looks at some of the roadblocks faced by media giant Netflix.

CNNMoney: Netflix abandons plan for Qwikster DVD serviceupdated: Mon Oct 10 2011 13:06:00

Netflix is going back to the future.

CNNMoney: Video streaming battle heats upupdated: Mon Sep 26 2011 13:34:00

It pays to be a content provider these days. This morning, both Netflix and Amazon announced new digital video streaming deals.

CNNMoney: Netflix scores exclusive DreamWorks streaming dealupdated: Mon Sep 26 2011 13:06:00

Two of the key players in the battle for online streaming market, Netflix and Amazon, announced Monday that they've acquired new weapons for their content arsenals.

CNNMoney: Blockbuster launches Netflix streaming rival -- sort ofupdated: Fri Sep 23 2011 15:57:00

Blockbuster was expected to launch a Netflix rival on Friday -- and it did, kind of.

CNNMoney: Blockbuster's Netflix rival will make streaming market even more confusingupdated: Thu Sep 22 2011 12:19:00

Cable companies were ticked off when "cut the cord" became a rallying cry in 2009, with disgruntled consumers vowing to cancel their expensive TV plans in favor of cheaper options -- namely, Netflix.

8 Netflix alternatives comparedupdated: Wed Sep 21 2011 08:16:00

The curtain hasn't even opened on Netflix's new DVD-by-mail spin-off company Qwikster, and many customers are already walking out.

Customers fume over Netflix changesupdated: Wed Sep 21 2011 05:46:00

It has been a rough couple of months for Netflix. The company that virtually defined online movie rentals was swamped by an unprecedented wave of customer ire two months ago when it raised prices for both its DVD mailing and online streaming services.

CNNMoney: Can Qwikster save Netflix stock?updated: Mon Sep 19 2011 16:14:00

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings apologized to angry customers after the company's price hike debacle. Does he need to make amends with Netflix shareholders too?

CNNMoney: Netflix and Tyco try winning by splittingupdated: Mon Sep 19 2011 14:10:00

Merger Monday has recently become Splitting Monday. The latest companies to adopt the "divide and conquer" strategy are Netflix and Tyco International.

CNNMoney: Netflix can't afford a streaming content warupdated: Mon Sep 19 2011 13:12:00

Netflix's move to rebrand its DVD-by-mail service as Qwikster sets that business up for a spin-off and underscores Netflix's longtime desire to go all-in on streaming. But it's a high-risk strategy: Streaming video has become a very expensive game -- and Netflix's rivals have much fatter wallets.

"I messed up," Netflix CEO saysupdated: Mon Sep 19 2011 11:25:00

Netflix Co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings made a public apology in his blog Sunday after a customer outburst against a hike in prices.

Netflix renames DVD-by-mail service, adds video gamesupdated: Mon Sep 19 2011 10:30:00

The ubiquitous red envelopes will endure, but they will carry a new name.

Smoking Elmo tweets from the @Qwikster handle updated: Mon Sep 19 2011 10:05:00

Netflix changed the name of its DVD mailing service to "Qwikster" over the weekend.

CNNMoney: Stocks clinch 5-day winning streakupdated: Fri Sep 16 2011 16:37:00

U.S. stocks posted solid gains Friday to clinch a 5-day winning streak for the first time in more than two months.

CNNMoney: Netflix stock plunges as subscribers quitupdated: Thu Sep 15 2011 19:28:00

Netflix subscribers threatened to flee in droves when the company whacked them with a surprise price hike, which kicked in this month.

Netflix now enforcing streaming limitupdated: Wed Sep 07 2011 08:55:00

Netflix has started to restrict its users from streaming more than one movie at a time as part of its price hike.

CNNMoney: Netflix stock plunges as Starz ends contract talksupdated: Fri Sep 02 2011 14:31:00

Netflix's streaming content catalog is about to take a big hit: Starz said late Thursday that it has ended contract renewal negotiations and will pull its movies and TV shows from Netflix early next year.

CNNMoney: Jobs report pushes traders to goldupdated: Fri Sep 02 2011 12:52:00

A bundle of bad news hit stocks hard across the board on Friday -- with the biggest blow being the August U.S. jobs report.

Walmart offers movie streamingupdated: Tue Jul 26 2011 17:29:00

Now you can stream online video the Walmart way.

CNNMoney: Netflix addresses customers 'upset' with price hikeupdated: Tue Jul 26 2011 10:22:00

When you're a new tech company with a cool product, life is good. But once you become an industry leader, pleasing people is a lot tougher. Just ask Netflix.

CNNMoney: Netflix price hike? Stock's pulled back!updated: Mon Jul 25 2011 09:31:00

When Netflix announced new prices for its DVD and streaming combo subscription plan a few weeks ago, many Netflix customers were unsurprisingly outraged.

CNNMoney: Stocks set to drop after debt talks falterupdated: Mon Jul 25 2011 08:37:00

U.S. stocks were headed for early declines Monday, after Congress failed to find common ground on a deal to raise the debt ceiling over the weekend.

How social media are amplifying customer outrageupdated: Fri Jul 22 2011 15:16:00

Chances are, last week wasn't a great time to be working at Netflix.

Netflix 60% price hikeupdated: Wed Jul 13 2011 14:25:00

Netflix announces an increase in the cost of streaming and DVD movie subscriptions, leaving many customers upset.

Netflix customers see red after price hikeupdated: Wed Jul 13 2011 14:25:00

If Netflix had filed Tuesday's price-hike news in a movie genre, it would be either drama or horror.

CNNMoney: Netflix renews contract for NBCUniversal movies and TVupdated: Wed Jul 13 2011 13:47:00

One day after unveiling a new pricing plan that will force many customers to pay more for streaming video or stop receiving DVDs by mail, Netflix issued an announcement aimed at reassuring them that its streaming video catalog will remain well stocked.

CNNMoney: StockTwits: Netflix and Coinstar are winnersupdated: Wed Jul 13 2011 12:14:00

Netflix subscribers might not be thrilled with the company's plans to increase prices, but investors appear to be more accepting.

CNNMoney: Netflix hikes prices for DVDs + streamingupdated: Tue Jul 12 2011 17:43:00

Netflix is launching new, unlimited DVD-only plans in the U.S. -- but as a part of that move, it's scrapping unlimited plans that include both physical DVDs and online streaming.

CNNMoney: Netflix's vanished Sony films are an ominous signupdated: Mon Jul 11 2011 17:26:00

In the not so distant past, Netflix was known mainly for its red envelopes. The DVD-rental-by-mail service was the company's core, and streaming video was a side perk for subscribers.

CNNMoney: Netflix expands to 43 new countriesupdated: Tue Jul 05 2011 12:16:00

Netflix is rapidly expanding its international service, with plans to launch in 43 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean later this year.

Netflix coming back up after weekend offlineupdated: Mon Jun 20 2011 17:34:00

The website for Netflix, which hosts its popular online movie streaming service, was coming back online Monday after being down for much of Sunday evening.

CNNMoney: Netflix CEO: We fear 'getting long in the tooth'updated: Wed Jun 01 2011 14:34:00

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has one big fear: That his company will eventually "get slow and stodgy."

CNNMoney: Netflix stock hits all-time highupdated: Tue May 31 2011 13:03:00

Sell in May and go away? Someone forgot to tell Netflix investors about that little saying.

CNNMoney: Netflix's Canada problemupdated: Wed May 18 2011 11:23:00

Netflix's first foray into international markets has been rough. Why? Blame Canada.

Most content online is now paid for, thanks to Netflixupdated: Wed May 18 2011 07:49:00

Netflix streaming movies now fill more of the U.S.'s internet tubes than any other service, including peer-to-peer file sharing, which long held the top spot -- to the consternation of Hollywood.

CNNMoney: Netflix CEO: We don't want World War III with cableupdated: Mon May 09 2011 08:38:00

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is pleased with his company's massive growth, but he fears that getting too large will start "an Armageddon" with cable networks.

CNNMoney: Time Warner profit slips, but revenue jumpsupdated: Wed May 04 2011 11:32:00

Time Warner posted a decline in first-quarter profit Wednesday, but said a surge in advertising sales boosted revenue.

CNNMoney: 7% of Americans subscribe to Netflixupdated: Tue Apr 26 2011 07:42:00

Netflix knocked over a new milestone Monday: It now has more subscribers than the largest cable TV operator in the U.S.

CNNMoney: Stocks poised to continue rallyupdated: Mon Apr 25 2011 08:43:00

U.S. stocks were poised to head higher at Monday's open, as investors continued to focus on earnings reports and awaited the latest data on the housing market.

AT&T puts broadband users on monthly allowanceupdated: Tue Mar 15 2011 08:31:00

AT&T broadband users will soon face a cap on the amount of internet data they can download a month.

CNNMoney: Rent a movie - on your Facebook pageupdated: Tue Mar 08 2011 15:29:00

In a bid to get more eyeballs on its movies, one major studio is looking to turn Facebook into a movie-streaming service.

CNNMoney: Short sellers flee the marketupdated: Thu Feb 24 2011 13:46:00

It's been a frustrating six months for Wall Street's short sellers.

CNNMoney: Redbox plans to take on Netflix with video streaming serviceupdated: Thu Feb 17 2011 16:37:00

Redbox, the $1 DVD rental kiosk service, said Thursday that it is planning an online video streaming service -- just like Netflix.

CNNMoney: Netflix surges to all-time highupdated: Mon Feb 14 2011 17:01:00

Shares of online movie rental company Netflix surged to an all-time high Monday after an analyst upgraded the stock and Qualcomm said it was working to bring Netflix onto more mobile platforms.

CNNMoney: Netflix shares rise 15% on strong profit and subscriber growthupdated: Thu Jan 27 2011 19:01:00

Shares of Netflix ended 15% higher Thursday, after its fourth-quarter earnings report showed strong growth in the company's subscriber base and sales.

Fortune: Will Netflix stock go even higher?updated: Wed Jan 26 2011 10:08:00

Netflix stock is riding high, with a share value that has nearly tripled within the past year. As the movie distributor prepares to announce its fourth quarter earnings later today, we asked two analysts to weigh in on whether the company can make good on the market's enthusiastic expectations. Here's what they had to say:

CNNMoney: Is Netflix killing Redbox? Not so fast.updated: Fri Jan 14 2011 12:11:00

Has the red envelope finally triumphed over the Redbox?

CNNMoney: S&P 500 gets 21st century makeoverupdated: Fri Dec 10 2010 15:45:00

It's a sad day for the Luddites of the investing world.

CNNMoney: S&P 500: Netflix in, Eastman Kodak outupdated: Fri Dec 10 2010 10:25:00

It's out with the old and in with the new at the Standard & Poor's 500, as four companies will replace current issues on the benchmark index.

Netflix looks to add newest TV episodesupdated: Fri Dec 03 2010 09:51:00

Netflix has built up a large library of catalog television content that can be streamed to subscribers on demand. Now, the company wants to get access to current episodes of primetime TV shows, and it's willing to pay up.

CNNMoney: Netflix is a bandwidth hog. Who will pay? (Hint: You.)updated: Tue Nov 30 2010 16:49:00

Netflix is clogging up the Internet. There's a debate raging about who should pay for it -- but ultimately, it's going to be you.

Comcast-Netflix feud fans debate over a free internetupdated: Tue Nov 30 2010 13:54:00

A virtual slugfest over online movies between Comcast and a Netflix partner has movie fans and net-neutrality advocates up in arms.

CNNMoney: Netflix raises prices, offers streaming-only optionupdated: Mon Nov 22 2010 12:28:00

Netflix is raising prices on DVD rental plans, but will offer a new option that relies exclusively on streaming video, the company announced Monday.

Boxee Box now shipping, Netflix and Hulu Plus coming soonupdated: Fri Nov 12 2010 13:43:00

Boxee has announced that its Boxee Box -- a set-top box for streaming video content built in collaboration with D-Link -- is now available in 33 countries.

CNNMoney: Netflix releases iPhone app, stock jumpsupdated: Thu Aug 26 2010 18:48:00

Netflix unveiled its long-awaited app for the iPhone on Thursday, sending the company's shares almost 2% higher.

CNNMoney: Microsoft, Google: buyers. Yahoo, Netflix: buyees?updated: Thu May 27 2010 08:37:00

High-profile tech mergers have been ramping up, with big names like IBM and Google getting deals done this year.

CNNMoney: Does Amazon want to buy Netflix?updated: Fri May 14 2010 12:52:00

It would be a marriage made in e-commerce heaven: Amazon.com and Netflix. Too bad it probably will never happen.

CNNMoney: Netflix soars past $100 -- time to sell?updated: Thu Apr 22 2010 16:16:00

Netflix's stock skyrocketed past $100 a share Thursday, a day after the company reported another phenomenal quarter, but many analysts are skeptical of the lofty share price.

CNNMoney: Blockbuster is 'bleeding to death'updated: Wed Mar 24 2010 13:46:00

Blockbuster is in a heap of trouble with nearly $1 billion in debt, and its latest fixes might not be enough to keep the company from filing for bankruptcy.

Time for Apple to get serious about videoupdated: Fri Feb 26 2010 18:28:00

Netflix is cruising. The cable guys are catching on. Wal-Mart just rumbled in.

CNNMoney: Can Wal-Mart beat the tech giants? Noupdated: Tue Feb 23 2010 12:34:00

Wal-Mart is trying yet again to prove that it can compete with the big boys in Silicon Valley.

More movies, fewer new DVDs after Netflix, Warner dealupdated: Thu Jan 07 2010 11:43:00

Netflix subscribers who stream films over the Web will soon be getting access to a greater number of movies from Warner Bros.

$1 million Netflix prize to be awarded soonupdated: Wed Sep 02 2009 12:55:00

For the past three years some of the world's most resourceful software engineers and mathematicians have worked feverishly in the spirit of friendly, Darwinian competition -- and in pursuit of a $1 million prize -- to improve the Netflix movie recommendation system by 10 percent.

Fortune: Netflix defies the naysayersupdated: Wed Feb 18 2009 12:11:00

Netflix has just been basking in good news lately.

Fortune: How Netflix got startedupdated: Wed Jan 28 2009 06:28:00

The genesis of Netflix came in 1997 when I got this late fee, about $40, for Apollo 13. I remember the fee because I was embarrassed about it. That was back in the VHS days, and it got me thinking that there's a big market out there.

CNNMoney: Netflix, LG in HDTV ventureupdated: Mon Jan 05 2009 12:02:00

LG Electronics said Monday it will market a high-definition television set that will instantly stream movies from the video rental service Netflix.

Time.com: Netflix, TiVo Team up After 4-Year Courtshipupdated: Thu Oct 30 2008 20:15:00

Home entertainment trendsetters Netflix Inc. and TiVo Inc. are finally joining forces to deliver more movies and old TV episodes to their mutual subscribers, consummating a relationship that was supposed to come together four years ago

Time.com: Samsung Blu-Ray Players Hooking Up with Netflixupdated: Thu Oct 23 2008 12:00:00

Samsung Electronics Co. is equipping Blu-ray DVD players so they can retrieve movies and TV shows from Netflix Inc.'s Internet streaming service, accelerating Netflix's push to develop more delivery methods beyond the mail

Fortune: Netflix stars in a slow-mo economyupdated: Tue Jul 01 2008 15:15:00

When economic ill-winds start to blow, consumer businesses like booze and cigarettes have turned out to be safe harbors for investors. Will video rental king Netflix prove the same?

Time.com: This DVD Will Self-Destruct updated: Tue Jul 01 2008 03:00:00

A new business model - disposable DVDs - is taking aim at business travelers but taking hits from environmentalists

Netflix Player offers PC-free movie watchingupdated: Tue May 27 2008 14:52:00

If you're a Netflix subscriber you may have noticed that in the last year or so the company has rolled out a Watch Now option that lets you instantly watch some of the movies and TV shows in the Netflix library on your Windows PC with a broadband connection.

Time.com: 10,000 Netflix Vids Zapped to Your TVupdated: Fri May 16 2008 11:00:00

A new set-top box by Roku and Netflix feeds thousands of videos to your TV at the push of a button

Fortune: Netflix lives!updated: Mon Apr 21 2008 11:34:00

Like the Energizer bunny, Netflix keeps going and going and going. The online movie rental service is expected to prove doomsayers wrong yet again when it announces first-quarter earnings after the markets close Monday.

Business 2.0: Hits & Missesupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 11:35:00

Despite the obesity epidemic, U.S. sales of Roche's weight-loss aid Xenical have slimmed by 30 percent since 2002, in part because the drug - which blocks the absorption of fats from rich foods - counts among its side effects "an inability to control bowel movements." But after licensing rights from Roche to sell a lower-dosage, over-the-counter variant, GlaxoSmithKline has gotten fat by marketing its version, Alli, with brutal honesty, flatly stating that taking it without dietary changes could lead to "treatment effects" that "might help you think twice about eating questionable fat."

Time.com: Netflix's Stock, Website Go Downupdated: Wed Jul 25 2007 12:15:00

Netflix Inc.'s stock price plunged to its lowest point in more than two years Tuesday after the online DVD rental leader reported the first quarterly customer losses in its history and dimmed its earnings outlook for the rest of the year

CNNMoney: Netflix reports higher quarterly profitupdated: Mon Jul 23 2007 06:25:00

Netflix Inc, the largest online DVD rental company, reported its first-ever quarterly drop in subscriptions and missed Wall Street revenue targets in the face of fierce competition from Blockbuster Inc.

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