Articles by Netflix

  • Time Warner Cable
    Time Warner Cable Quarterly Profit Rises

    January 26 2012 8:20 AM EST

    Time Warner Cable Inc's (TWC.N) quarterly profit rose as it added more residential customers for its broadband services than it had expected.

  • Stocks in Focus (T, CAT, NFLX, SBUX, CL, SNDK, MMM, BMY, LMT, EQT, JNPR)

    January 26 2012 3:54 AM EST

    The companies expected to see active trade Thursday are: AT&T, Caterpillar, Netflix, Starbucks Corp, Colgate-Palmolive, SanDisk Corp, 3M, Bristol Myers Squibb, Lockheed Martin, EQT Corp and Juniper Networks.

  • Netflix's Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings
    Netflix Earnings Beat Analyst Estimates, Down from 2010

    January 25 2012 4:18 PM EST

    Netflix on Wednesday announced fourth quarter earnings of $40.7 million, or 73 cents a share, beating out Wall Street expectations of 55 cents a share.

  • Stocks in Focus (AAPL, BA, CA, XRX, ADP, NFLX, GD, SNDK, HES, ABT, COP, MUR)

    January 25 2012 6:07 AM EST

    The companies expected to see active trade Wednesday are: Apple, Boeing, CA, Xerox, Automatic Data Processing, Netflix, General Dynamics, SanDisk Corp, Hess Corp, Abbott Laboratories, Abbott Laboratories, ConocoPhillips and Murphy Oil Corp.

  • Who is Demian Bichir? Mexican Actor Snags 2012 Oscar Nomination

    January 24 2012 2:48 PM EST

    That the likes of George Clooney and Brad Pitt have received Oscar nominations for the Best Actor in a Leading Role trophy at the 84th Annual Academy Awards is no surprise. The surprise of the category is Mexican actor Demian Bichir. The 48-year-old actor has been acting since he was 14.

  • Netflix's Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings
    Netflix 4Q Earnings: Expect Smaller Profit as Company Struggles to Rebound from Earlier Woes

    January 24 2012 1:44 PM EST

    The company struggles to make a profit from subscribers moving online for content, and is still recovering from its ill-fated plan to split its online streaming and DVD-by-mail service.

  • A screen grab shows the access to Netflix online, as displayed on a television screen, in Encinitas, California
    Netflix hit with class action suit over stock plunge

    January 17 2012 10:20 PM EST

    Netflix's stock has suffered a much-publicized nosedive in recent months, and now a group of shareholders is hitting the subscription service with a class action suit.

  • Hulu challenges cable with first original drama

    January 16 2012 1:23 AM EST

    Hulu, the popular online video service, has taken another step to becoming a full-fledged alternative to cable television by commissioning its first scripted original TV show to go live next month.

  • Hulu Challenges Cable with First Original Drama

    January 15 2012 6:14 PM EST

    Hulu, the popular online video service, has taken another step to becoming a full-fledged alternative to cable television by commissioning its first scripted original TV show to go live next month.

  • FiOS TV
    Verizon FiOS: To Beat 'em, First Join 'em

    January 12 2012 8:00 PM EST

    Verizon Communications Inc is pushing hard to move its FiOS TV service beyond the set-top box and onto the latest gadgets - from TVs and tablets to gaming consoles - to fend off competition from online video services such as Netflix Inc, Amazon Inc and Apple's Inc iTunes.

  • CES 2012: YouTube VP Sees Huge Growth in Specialty Channels

    January 12 2012 2:57 PM EST

    YouTube , which transmitted 800 million videos last year, expects growth to skyrocket in coming years with more specialty channels backed by advertising, VP for global content Robert Kyncil said at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • Google vs Apple: Connected TV Battle Ahead

    January 12 2012 9:38 AM EST

    The combination of lightweight operating systems, low-power processors, and near-ubiquitous high speed broadband will empower the disruption of the living room paradigm in 2012, says an analyst.

  • A screen grab shows the access to Netflix online, as displayed on a television screen, in Encinitas, California
    Netflix caves on Warner Bros. 56-day rental delay

    January 11 2012 8:53 PM EST

    Crisis somewhat averted.

  • Exclusive: Microsoft Web TV subscription plan on hold
    Microsoft Web TV Subscription Plan on Hold

    January 11 2012 8:33 PM EST

    Microsoft Corp has put its talks with media companies about an online subscription service for TV shows and movies on hold, according to people familiar with the discussions.

  • YouTube eyes gadgets, channels to boost viewership

    January 10 2012 3:55 PM EST

    YouTube is looking to increase viewership on its online video service by making the service available on an array of connected devices and by adding new content, according to a top executive for the Google Inc unit.

  • Netflix
    Shares of Netflix Soar on Hedge Fund Manager Comments

    January 09 2012 2:46 PM EST

    Whitney Tilson told CNBC that he expected the stock of the Los Gatos, Calif.-based company to continue on its upward trajectory, and he also said Netflix is in prime position for a takeover.

  • Warner Bros. planning 56-day release window delays

    January 07 2012 6:00 PM EST

    For the past year, studios have been flirting with stretching out the delays on when Netflix, Redbox and Blockbuster can rent new releases, but it looks like Warner Bros. is going to be the first to take the plunge.

  • 2012: The year Microsoft finally battles back

    January 07 2012 5:41 PM EST

    In the constant game of thrones that is the Silicon Valley tech giants' battle for dominance, 2012 could be the year that Microsoft comes back from exile.

  • Downton Abbey: what the fuss is all about

    January 07 2012 5:36 PM EST

    When Downton Abbey was announced as the winner of all those awards -- six, out of 11 nominations -- at last year's Emmy ceremony, most viewers were probably wondering a) what Downton Abbey was and b) if someone had left an extra w out of the title.

  • The headquarters of Netflix is shown in Los Gatos
    Hulu Plus, Netflix or Amazon Prime: Which is Best for Streaming Content?

    January 06 2012 6:47 PM EST

    Hulu Plus, Netflix and Amazon Prime are great for streaming content, so here's how to choose which is best for you. As broadband gets cheaper and more plentiful, more and more people are cutting the cord and canceling their cable subscriptions. That's because all that broadband capability is allowing for a revolution in streaming content online, specifically, streaming videos