Once upon a time, Netflix never shared how many people watch its shows. Then it realized people want to watch what they know other people are watching.
Netflix warns about slowing member growth, expecting to add roughly half as many members in the second quarter as it did in the first.
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It's not all talk.
Plus, Google's earnings and Samsung's fridge dating.
A look at Facebook's strong results and Samsung's not-so-strong results.
Years of rapid growth are starting to catch up to the e-commerce giant.
Phone customers are also jumping ship.
The company also posts big losses in its DirecTV Now streaming service, but execs see the light at the end of the dark tunnel.
The company's got a lot of problems to fix.
It's the first time Apple has disclosed the number.
While the company's fourth-quarter profits topped expectations, revenue and phone customers were a mixed bag.
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