Tag: Netflix Inc.

Jim Cramer: Own these stocks if the Fed leaves interest rates unchanged

CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Monday that investors should think about buying some industrial and energy names if the Federal Reserve keeps rates unchanged at this week’s meeting. “If you think, as I do, that the Fed will keep the fires going, you’ll want to own a steel stock or a heavy machinery play or a […]

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Pros are changing up their portfolios due to the unexpected decline in rates. How they’re playing it

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Source: NYSE Technology and growth stocks are back in favor with some investors, and the trend has been helped by a surprise drop in bond yields. The 10-year Treasury yield was at 1.46% Friday, after touching 1.43% Thursday, its lowest level since March 3. Yields […]

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Tech companies made big pledges to fight racism last year — here’s how they’re doing so far

Demonstrators gather at the Lincoln Memorial during a protest against police brutality and racism on June 6, 2020 in Washington, DC. Win McNamee Last June, social media feeds became flooded with corporate statements about how companies would promote racial equity within and beyond their workforce. The commitments came after the police murder of George Floyd […]

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Amazon’s new $180 tablet is good, but most people should still get an iPad

Amazon Fire HD 10 Plus tablet Todd Haselton | CNBC I’ve been testing Amazon’s new Fire HD 10 Plus tablet for the past several days. It started shipping to customers earlier this week and starts at $179.99, a little more than half the price of the entry-level iPad. The Fire HD 10 Plus is Amazon’s […]

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Jeff Bezos assures shareholders they’re in good hands at final meeting as CEO

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announces the co-founding of The Climate Pledge at the National Press Club on September 19, 2019, in Washington. Paul Morigi | Getty Images | Amazon Jeff Bezos on Wednesday stewarded his last shareholder meeting as CEO of Amazon, highlighting the company’s successes in the previous year, while acknowledging it has many […]

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Here’s everything new coming to Netflix in June 2021 — and what’s leaving

Netflix has another loaded month of new releases in June, with the return of some of its most popular international series and a slew of original movies. Highlights include the second part of Season 1 of the French gentleman-thief thriller “Lupin” (June 11), which debuted in January and became one of Netflix’s biggest hits ever; […]

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Now that WarnerMedia and Discovery have tied the knot, the pressure’s on ViacomCBS and NBCUniversal

Shari Redstone, chairwoman of ViacomCBS and president of National Amusements, reacts as she celebrates her company’s merger at the Nasdaq Market site in New York, December 5, 2019. Brendan McDermid | Reuters In the words of the great Tom Lehrer, “Who’s Next?“ Now that AT&T has decided to separate WarnerMedia and merge with Discovery, the […]

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Epic Games trial reveals Apple negotiations with Netflix, Facebook and Microsoft

Apple and Epic Games have been facing off in one of the most closely watched antitrust trials in the technology industry in years. Epic Games presented its case this week, and Apple will present its case in the coming weeks. Eventually, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers will make a decision whether Apple must allow Epic to […]

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