NEW YORK— Netflix Inc. on Monday named a former executive from The Walt Disney Co. and a current executive from Microsoft Corp. to its board of directors. Los Gatos, California- based Netflix also named Brad Smith, executive vice president and general counsel of Microsoft, to its board. "We look forward to benefiting from Brad and Anne's perspective as we continue...» Read More
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