A preview of Netflix's annual shareholder meeting, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin. The FMHR traders discuss a possible stock split.
A look at Netflix's stock ahead of its annual shareholder meeting, with Andy Hargreaves, Pacific Crest Securities.
Michael Pachter, Wedbush Securities, discusses whether a stock split makes sense for Netflix and weighs in on the share price.
Cowen and Co.'s David Seaburg explains why international expansion could propel Netlfix stock to $1,400.
As the country's biggest movie theaters take fire from the U.S. department of justice over anti-trust issues,Tony Wible, Janney Capital Markets, says Netflix might stand to benefit from the investigations.
Showtime Networks is eyeing an untapped market for its latest over-the-top video streaming service, CEO Matthew Blank says.
As big names like Showtime and HBO enter video streaming, Netflix will likely emerge unscathed, CNBC "Fast Money" traders said.
Netflix announces four new original series for kids.
These customers are not happy, according to a survey.
Daniel Ernst, Welch Capital Parnters, and Brad Adgate, Horizon Media, discuss whether Netflix should run ads and forecast the future of the streaming site.
Netflix is experimenting with showing ads for its own content to subscribers.
Discussing the trade on Netflix into the summer, with Barton Crockett, FBR Capital Markets analyst.
Half of Americans say they binge watch, settling down to watch two to six episodes of a TV series at once. It also lets them skip ads.
Jim Stewart, NYT columnist, discusses the role Netflix plays in the streaming media world and its role in recent telecom M&A.
Kevin Landis, the top-performing fund manager in the "Squawk Box" Platinum Portfolio Challenge, up 34 percent this year, explains how he picks winning trades.
Thunderstruck by its massive valuation, one trader tried to short the high-flying stock. You will believe what happened next.
Jim Cramer was alarmed at what he saw when he looked at transports, especially one group. Time to get out of this group, now.
Strict regulation and a crowded marketplace could hurt Netflix's chances for a Chinese expansion.
Apple IS going into the TV business, despite claims in a WSJ article to the contrary, Michael Yoshikami says. However, it may not be an actual TV.
Sixty percent of broadband users stream TV and movies ... but not everyone is paying for it.