Netflix on Thursday elevated its content chief Ted Sarandos to co-CEO, making the 20-year veteran of the pioneering streaming video service a clear successor to co-founder Reed Hastings.
Whatever Netflix’s second quarter results show, it’s clear that the Covid-19 crisis is fortifying the company’s lead in streaming TV entertainment.
Netflix is revealing its biggest blockbusters for the first time. The list provides the clearest picture yet of what types of movies are most popular on Netflix, which has historically been secretive about viewership.
As of Monday morning’s open on Wall Street, Apple – the listed US company that’s attracted the largest valuation of them all – had a market capitalisation of $1.7-trillion.
The US stock market has been on a tear for the past three months, and Big Tech gets much of the credit. But how can this possibly be when the coronavirus has inflicted so much damage?
Spotify Technology breached the mythical $50-billion market valuation barrier on Thursday. Unfortunately, investors seem a little out of tune with the music streaming service’s real potential.
Halfway through 2020, the Nasdaq 100 Index is not only back in positive territory, but is headed for a year that ranks with its best of the last two decades.
MultiChoice Group has decided to carry competing streaming television services on its upcoming Explora PVR because the broadcaster wants to position itself as a “super aggregator” of content.