An online retailer has a successful shopping break and Internet browsers have to shut down a once-pervasive multimedia platform over security concerns.
No one likes paying their cable bill. But the streaming future, sadly, might not be all that different from what cable looks like today. Here's why.
In the week that was on Wall Street, McDonald's posts another month of negative comps and Spotify upstages Apple's latest push into premium music.
From Apple's latest meeting of developers to Netflix's much-anticipated annual shareholders' meeting, here's what to watch on Wall Street this week.
Among highlights this week on Wall Street, an analyst downgrades a stock with a huge price target reduction and the leading video service hits new highs.
Things are off to a great start for Netflix in 2015. The company served up 10 billion hours of digital content during the first three months of the year.
The world's largest premium coffeehouse is giving employees a full ride at an online college, and a social gaming pioneer is taking an odd step backward.
A pair of analysts boost their price targets on Netflix, and Facebook opens up Messenger to third parties.
The bigger that Netflix gets, the bigger that its catalog becomes, a benefit no matter where its subscribers live.
YouTube may soon let you buy your way out of ads with a premium subscription called Music Key that'll battle against Spotify and Pandora.
The leading streaming video service is no longer riding on a single hit show. Four more exclusive series debut now through May.
Netflix and Amazon make some smart calls. The same can't be said about two other tech stocks: SanDisk and LeapFrog. And Starbucks stock sets a new high.
A new animated series debuting Friday -- starring Shrek sidekick Puss in Boots -- should benefit its creator (Dreamworks) and its distributor (Netflix).
This will be a defining year for streaming. Netflix hopes to win back investors with a busy slate. Plans by Amazon and HBO are drawing attention, too.
Streaming video-on-demand purveyors like Netflix and Amazon.com are set to open their wallets a lot wider for content. The stream is about to become a gush.
Netflix took a hit after missing its subscriber target, and its price hike for new customers may have been the culprit.
Netflix announced today that Adam Sandler will produce and star in four films to be available exclusively through company's streaming video service.
In a filing defending its proposed merger with Time Warner Cable, Comcast mentioned Netflix more than competition, monopoly and antitrust -- combined.
Netflix is increasingly becoming an indispensable company for viewers and content creators alike -- which means its soaring stock may still be undervalued.