Netflix benefitted massively as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are still some areas where it has a lot of growth potential.
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We had earnings season from big tech, price hikes, and mergers. Here’s a rundown of what happened on Wall Street yesterday.
Netflix’s Q3 earnings report disappointed as subscriber growth slowed down to 2.5 million, leaving investors asking if it can recover by the end of the year?
Netflix, Snapchat, and Lockheed Martin reported on Tuesday night as earnings season truly kicks off with a taste of what’s to come.
Investors will have their eyes glued to Netflix’s Q3 earnings report today, with the streaming service expected to unveil big numbers.
Almost a year after its launch and the question is still being asked, can Disney+ beat current top dog Netflix to rule the world of streaming?
These three companies are doing exceptionally well thanks to the pandemic. Will they be able to sustain momentum once the madness dies down?
While many sectors and companies suffered significantly during the pandemic, Netflix has thrived, hitting all-time highs again and again.