|Bid||0.00 x 30000|
|Ask||0.00 x 6000|
|Day's range||166.00 - 171.45|
|52-week range||103.40 - 176.90|
|PE ratio (TTM)||202.07|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Nielsen Holdings shares were up 4.4% during intraday trade on Wednesday after the data and analytics company said it is adding a service for its media clients that will give TV networks deeper insights ...
Netflix Inc.’s viewer data is about to get a lot more public. The Nielsen TV tracking service plans to start providing clients like Walt Disney Co. with detailed audience data on video streaming services ...
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.
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Scott Galloway, a professor and former entrepreneur, sees an uncertain future for Amazon.com, Apple Inc., Facebook and Alphabet Inc.’s Google in his new book on the powerful tech giants, “The Four.”
A new Nielsen service enables media subscribers to see how many people watched their shows—and their rivals’ shows—on Netflix.
Netflix Inc. is spending billions on original content, but attempting to break down exactly how much it is spending now and how much it owes in the future is an adventure in accounting.
Netflix shares usually rise when the company beats Wall Street’s expectations for subscriber growth, but the stock fell Tuesday following despite the another strong earnings release from Netflix on Monday night. While consumers probably heard lots to be excited about in Netflix’s earnings discussion Monday night — more movies! — investors appear somewhat spooked by the company’s plans for spending. On Disney: Disney recently said that it would be creating its own streaming service soon and pulling content off of Netflix’s platform.
Last week, Apple (AAPL) and Steven Spielberg TV agreed to produce original shows, NVIDIA (NVDA) announced a supercomputer for self-driving cars and analysts projected strong user growth at Snap.
After a mixed third-quarter earnings release Monday, shares of Netflix fell more than 1.7% on Tuesday. Despite solid subscriber growth, investors were unimpressed with several other key figures from the report, which has cast a cloud of uncertainty over the tech sector--especially the notorious "FANG" stocks.
Cable stocks have plunged ahead of third-quarter earnings amid angst more consumers are turning to internet TV services.
Internet television network Netflix cheered Wall Street bulls and confounded bears late Monday with its third-quarter report.
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Barry Diller, chairman of IAC/InterActive Corp., discusses what makes Netflix and Amazon today's leaders in video. He speaks with WSJ Editor in Chief Gerard Baker at the WSJ D.Live conference in Laguna ...
Netflix (NFLX: Nasdaq) By KeyBanc Capital Markets ($202.68, Oct. 16, 2017) We continue to recommend owning Netflix and are raising our discounted-cash-flow-based price target to $230 from $206. Third-quarter ...
Morgan Stanley's Benjamin Swinburne and his team take a look at cable and satellite services today, writing that their research show that consumers are increasingly unbundling their services. Swinburne writes that his data show that stand-alone services are increasingly winning, like T-Mobile (TMUS) in wireless, cable in broadband, and Netflix (NFLX) in video. Cable got the highest marks, with ~90% of those surveyed with cable broadband stating that they were “not at all likely” to cancel their broadband service.