99.01 -0.01 (-0.01%)
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|Bid||98.99 x 2200|
|Ask||99.00 x 1800|
|Day's range||98.11 - 99.30|
|52-week range||90.60 - 116.10|
|PE ratio (TTM)||17.56|
|Earnings date||9 Nov 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.56 (1.58%)|
|1y target est||110.32|
Netflix Inc. shares set a fresh record in early trade Tuesday after stronger-than-expected third-quarter revenue growth, but one investor is not impressed.
Strong visuals, gonzo action and a high comedy compensate for generic plotting, a padded midsection and a lack of drama.
Last year, Alphabet (GOOGL) was among several companies linked to a possible Twitter (TWTR) acquisition. Media giant The Walt Disney Company (DIS) was also believed to be interested in acquiring…
A look at some of the trailers that will likely debut along with 'Justice League' and 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'.
The movie business may be in a world of trouble, but at the premiere of Walt Disney Co.’s next big superhero film “Thor: Ragnarok,” Bob Iger sounded every bit as confident as the Viking space god himself....
WSJ's Joanna Stern "bumps" into Jeffrey Katzenberg in the elevator at D.Live and asks about his favorite movies and his latest venture. Photo: Andria Chamberlin for The Wall Street Journal
Netflix Inc. is planning for life in its post-Disney future, and it will involve more big bets on original films that will cost Netflix even more money.
Netflix delivered another better-than-expected quarter of subscriber gains on Monday afternoon and talked up its strong positioning in the media space -- even as Disney, Apple, and other giants get more serious about streaming original content. Disney recently announced that it would create its own entertainment streaming service in 2019 and pull content off of Netflix’s platform. “Our future largely lies in exclusive original content that drives both excitement around Netflix and enormous viewing satisfaction for our global membership and its wide variety of tastes.” For now, the company’s big-spending ways are paying off, especially overseas.
Large U.S. corporations have issued almost C$15 billion in Canadian-dollar-denominated bonds this year, the most ever, to take advantage of lower rates and a rise in demand from Canadian investors.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi seems like it's promoting a similar set-up to Empire Strikes Back. But what if it's doing something totally different with the Jedi and Sith this time around?
Oct.18 -- The movie business may be in a world of trouble, but at the premiere of Walt Disney Co.’s next big superhero film “Thor: Ragnarok,” Bob Iger sounded every bit as confident as the Viking space god himself. Bloomberg's Christopher Palmeri has more on "Bloomberg Technology."