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Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings steps down as CEO

Reed Hastings, co-founder and CEO of Netflix, announced his retirement after more than two decades with the company.

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Breakingviews predicts Microsoft acquisition of Netflix

Microsoft having confirmed a $2.5 billion acquisition of the company behind the hit game Minecraft, LinkedIn for $26 billion, Nuance for $20 billion, as well as a proposed $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, is also eyeing Netflix according to certain reports.

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Netflix CEO regrets previously resisting ads

Netflix co-CEO Reed Hastings stated that the company should have entered the advertising market sooner after resisting the idea for years. He also stated that he was slow to embrace advertising on the streaming platform because he was preoccupied with digital competition from Facebook and Google. According to Hastings, Hulu demonstrated that streaming services could […]

Netflix moves to control cloud computing cost with AWS 

As part of its ongoing cost-cutting efforts, Netflix is reportedly pushing to better control rising cloud computing spending with longtime cloud partner Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Disney’s streaming services overtake Netflix in total subscriber numbers

Walt Disney reported a total of 221.1 million subscribers for its fiscal third quarter ended in June.

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