Netflix Inc. (NFLX) stock price has dropped 10% since yesterday as the video-streaming service sees a decline in new paid subscriptions. The possible cause could be the increasing competition in the industry.
With institutions now firmly in on the game, crypto is entering a new era. This is great news for retail investors, as many of funds, derivatives, and other financial instruments are also open to individuals now.
Popular crypto bulls and co-founders of Gemini Exchange, the Winklevoss Twins, have predicted that in two years, all the FAANG companies will follow Facebook’s footsteps and launch their individual cryptocurrency ventures.
Fortnite and Stranger Things fans have been waiting for this crossover for quite a while and now Epic Games officially confirmed this. Both the game and the show previously hinted about a possible crossover and now it is official.
Lyle Hauser, CEO of South Florida-based private equity firm Vantage Group, is sure: the merging of IoT and Blockchain is a promising one, and one whose implications are wide-ranging as the IoT frontier. Why? Check out below.
Amazon reported better-than-expected Q1 profits Thursday but is experiencing slower revenue growth. That slower growth comes after growth in the segment was triple-digit or near-triple-digit for four consecutive quarters.
A lot of things had happened in Hollywood in the eight years since HBO first brought the war between the Starks, the Lannisters and the White Walkers to television screens around the world.
Goldman Sachs analyst is sure, Netflix (NFLX) stock is all set to soar 80% in a year from now. Here’s a look into how Netflix will lead the video-streaming industry which is likely to see stiff competition in the next few years.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 329.74 points. Stocks strengthened worldwide as strong manufacturing data out of the world’s second-largest economy helped allay investor concern about a slowdown in global growth.
With Bitrefill, owners of cryptos may also spend their coins on Airbnb, and such brands as IKEA, Netflix, Nike, REI, GameStop, Petco, as well as on e-commerce portals including eBay, Amazon, Hotels.com, and Steam.