After raising rates last year, the streaming-video service ups the price of its "standard" option in the US. But current members won't see a higher bill for a year.
During the Emmys broadcast, Netflix runs ad featuring Ricky Gervais and says that it's "The Entertainment Of Today."
It's out there. But Netflix doesn't want to talk about it. Might this be a test? Or might this be a very fine strategy?
The online video service is planning its first US price hike since 2011 -- the year it lost thousands of subscribers after a failed attempt to split its DVD rental and on-demand services.
When a court quashed the FCC's Net neutrality rules, Netflix became the bull's-eye for fears of higher fees from broadband providers, but it doesn't have to be that way.
The payments company has hired former Netflix DVD-by-mail lead Andrew Rendich, along with Allison Hopkins, once an HR honcho at the video rental heavyweight.
The company's problems began a year ago, as it bungled price-hikes and aborted the Qwikster spin-off. Bridget Carey chats with CNET's Greg Sandoval about what went wrong at the once-beloved tech company.
iPhone 4S pre-orders top 1 million units, Yahoo pulls out of its bid for Hulu, and Netflix announces the cancellation of Qwikster in a brief blog post.
iPhone 4S pre-orders top one million units, Yahoo pulls out of its bid for Hulu, and Netflix cancels Qwikster in a brief blog post.
Qwikster, we hardly knew you. Netflix reverses decision to split into two separate services. Subscribers will continue to access streaming and DVDs from the Netflix site.