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The streaming-media giant topped analysts' earnings forecasts by 21 cents a share.
How one of Netflix’s top execs nailed his job interview and stood out even without having a college degree or going to film school
Ted Sarandos was an unlikely movie mogul when he showed up for his job interview at Netflix. But that hasn't stopped him from becoming the most powerful film executive in Hollywood.
Netflix faces conservative backlash for upcoming superhero drag queen show, with nearly 20,000 signing a petition against it
A petition is gaining traction to stop Netflix's upcoming superhero drag queen animated series, "Super Drags," from being streamed on the service. But it's the latest bout of conservative backlash that Netflix doesn't seem concerned about.
Netflix's "13 Reasons Why" has been a controversial show from the start, and continued to face backlash in its second season. After being renewed for a third, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings defended the decision.
Netflix’s positive perception among Republicans has dropped in 2018, as the company signed a deal with the Obamas and added Susan Rice to its bo...
A new survey from YouGov shows that Republican approval of Netflix has dropped since the beginning of the year while Democratic approval has risen. Netflix has faced backlash this year from Republicans, most recently when the Obamas signed a producing deal with the service.
In an interview with Business Insider, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings discussed what he called his favorite recent Netflix original series, "The End of the F---ing World."
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings’ pay rose to $24.4 million last year, amid a period of great growth for the company
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings saw his compensation package rise five percent to $24.4 million in 2017, the company disclosed in a regulatory filing on Monday.
We tend to forget that Steve Jobs, Travis Kalanick, and Bill Gates, didn't create Apple, Uber, and Microsoft alone.
It turns out people are curious about a lot of the same things regardless of the tech executive's title, gender, or the company they represent.
The company plans to spend $8 billion on 700 new shows in 2018.