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Netflix looks to recover from its fall from grace

In early July, buying Netflix looked like a can't-lose proposition: The online video provider was dominating the streaming market and saw its share price top $304. Now, the company is struggling to

Netflix tries to claw its way back to stardom

Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) faces a dual challenge to regain its once-coveted online video championship title. In addition to dealing with competitors such as Dish-owned (Nasdaq: DISH) Blockbuster, Apple (

Owners pull plug on Hulu sale

October, it appears, is a month for reversals: Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) abandoned its plans to spin off its DVD business, and Comcast's (Nasdaq: CMCSA) Universal Pictures decided that risking a boycott

Netflix in $1B deal with Time Warner, CBS for content from CW

Further proof that hell has frozen over: Chief Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) antagonist Jeff Bewkes, chief executive at Time Warner (NYSE: TWX), has signed off on what's being called "it's biggest deal yet"

Despite 'meaningful brand damage,' Netflix could hit 62M subs by 2016

Just how much self-inflicted damage has Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) suffered? Pacific Crest analyst Andy Hargreaves contends that its price increase, poor communications with customers and sudden about

Ding, dong, Netflix's Qwikster is dead

Just three weeks after Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) CEO Reed Hasting announced the pending debut of Qwikster, the company's new DVD by mail spin off, the business has been reabsorbed by Netflix and the

Paramount's 'toe dip' into content distribution potentially transforming

Paramount Pictures late last week began offering consumers the ability to stream Transformers: Dark of the Moon directly from the studio, disintermediating video services like Amazon (Nasdaq:

A stand-alone Amazon streaming service? Kindle Fire makes it more likely

Will Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) follow Netflix's (Nasdaq: NFLX) lead and separate its nascent instant streaming video play from its massive e-commerce business? BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield thinks it's

Analyst: Netflix subscriber loss likely overblown

While there's no doubt that Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) has ben shooting itself in the foot recently, analysts at Piper Jaffray said in a recent research note that the predictions that subscribers were

Miramax chief: Cross-platform growth is key to digital market

Miramax CEO Mike Lang said the studio is less worried about piracy of its content than about not exploiting it in the digital marketplace. Miramax CEO Mike Lang During a keynote address