(Bloomberg) -- Even as the Federal Reserve jacks up interest rates and sends technology stocks tumbling, it only gets harder to stay away from the sector. On the one hand, there’s...
By Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) -South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol asked U.S. President Joe Biden to help address Seoul's concerns that new U.S. rules on electric vehicle...
Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) is down almost 60% year to date, making it the second worst performer after Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) among big tech. As opposed to Meta, whose advertising...
Database and cloud solutions provider Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) stock got smoked on its fiscal Q1 2023 earnings report. Shares were holding up relatively well until the Company revealed...
Netflix, Inc. is an entertainment services company. The Company has paid streaming memberships in over 190 countries, and it allows members to watch a variety of television (TV) series, documentaries, feature films and mobile games across a variety of genres and languages. Its members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any Internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, without commercials. Additionally, the Company offers its digital versatile disk (DVD) -by-mail service in the United States. It offers a variety of streaming membership plans, the price of which varies by country and the features of the plan. The pricing of its plans ranges from U.S. dollar equivalent of approximately $2 to $27 per month. It members can watch streaming content through a host of Internet-connected devices, including TVs, digital video players, TV set-top boxes and mobile devices. It acquires, licenses and produces content, including original programming.
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