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Netflix’s foray into merchandising could be a multi-billion dollar business

Merchandising has proven to be a successful cash cow for other media companies, and Netflix is primed to earn the big bucks through a new deal with Target.
Reed Hastings finally made the Forbes 400 list this year.

11 self-made American billionaires who are on the Forbes 400 list for the first time

Twenty-two of America's richest billionaires made the Forbes 400 list for the first time this year, including Netflix founder and CEO Reed Hastings.

One chart shows why shareholders are so happy about Netflix’s price increase

Higher Netflix prices means higher revenues, and with a full library of quality content Netflix is not likely to lose subscribers.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.

Netflix stock hits all-time high after price hike for US subscribers

Netflix shares reached a record high on Thursday, following the company's decision to raise its prices for US subscribers.

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings hasn’t had an office since 2008, and is starting to not even need his laptop some days

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is worth over a billion dollars, but he doesn't have his own office, and many times doesn't need his laptop.

One chart shows Netflix’s dramatic 20 year rise

With over 100 million subscribers, Netflix has taken over cable.

Netflix’s CEO gave Peter Thiel a bad grade as a Facebook board member because he supported Trump

Clinton supporter Reed Hastings marked Peter Thiel down for his support of Trump in the presidential election, reports the New York Times.

Neflix is dropping after Disney says it will pull its movies from the platform

Netflix stock price is getting hit after Disney announces it will start competing with the platform.

Netflix now has more subscribers internationally than in the US

Netflix's growth is coming on the back of its efforts outside of its home country.

Netflix CEO’s favorite original show was taken down in China after only a few days

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings loves his company's dark animated comedy “BoJack Horseman,” but Chinese censors seem less enthusiastic.