Cathie Wood, CEO & CIO of ARK Invest, explains why people are gravitating to Netflix.
Rob Enderle, President and Principal Analyst at Enderle Group, says the bottom-lines of both companies are suffering as a result of expansion plans.
Charles Sizemore, CIO at Sizemore Capital Management, outlines why he thinks the stock is a decent short-term buy.
Michael Robinson, Chief Technology Strategist at MoneyMorning.com, says 40 percent of sales and 70 percent of operating margins came from outside the PC market, so weakness in the latter isn't a concern.
The "Fast Money" traders take a look at two big-name tech stocks following earnings.
Central bankers compete with earnings headlines Thursday, and the earnings may actually be packing more surprises.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Netflix, Intel, Corning & more.
Netflix earnings are better-than-expected, as the company added 3.28 million new subscribers, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Netflix topped earnings estimates and barely missed revenue estimates during the second quarter.
U.S. stocks closed mildly lower on Wednesday as investors remained anxious ahead of an impending Greek parliament vote.
Ben Swinburne, Morgan Stanley, shares his earnings forecast for Netflix.
The cable giant's new streaming service may be able to help it rely less on cable profit, increase broadband profit and retain current customers.
The small trader decided they weren't going to be the suckers buying Netflix after its stock split.
Netflix reports quarterly earnings after the bell - just a day after the 7-for-1 stock split.
When Netflix reports quarterly results after the bell Wednesday the most important number to watch is streaming subscribers.
With some of the biggest names in the technology industry slated to report earnings this week, the sector could be key to the current stock rally.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen's semiannual congressional testimony this week could be the final hearing of its type in a zero-rate environment.
Even after disappointing retail numbers, consumer discretionary stocks hit an all-time high. Traders still think there's room to go.
U.S. stocks closed higher as second-quarter earnings season began and investors eyed developments in Greece and a slight recovery in oil prices.
China's Tsinghua reportedly plans to submit a $23B offer to buy chipmaker Micron, in what would be the biggest China-U.S. deal yet.