Netflix Inc., the world’s largest streaming subscription service, is evaluating potential film projects and suggested its programming budget would increase if the company expands into original movies.
Billionaire Carl Icahn sold more than half of his stake in Netflix Inc., exposing a disagreement with his son Brett over the value of the stock.
David Rubenstein offered up the healing power of music to “soothe” Washington’s fiscal discord.
Kevin Spacey is poised to scheme his way into more European homes as the politician-star of “House of Cards” should Virgin Media Inc.’s novel deal integrating Netflix Inc. into its cable offerings pay off.
He plays a crooked Washington congressman, runs a London theater, and follows his favorite tennis player all the way to Melbourne.
This is becoming a habit, or at least an annual event. Another year, and once more I find myself hanging in the National Portrait Gallery.
Russian anti-corruption activist Alexei Navalny uses tactics learned from U.S. television shows in his Moscow mayoral campaign.
“Breaking Bad,” the AMC network series about a science teacher turned drug kingpin, won the Emmy for best TV drama as its final season comes to an end.
Paying to restore a Rembrandt in Prague, sponsoring the season at London’s Old Vic Theatre, co- funding a Roy Lichtenstein show in Paris: It’s all in a year’s work for Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Netflix Inc. eclipsed its all-time high set in mid-2011, capping a two-year recovery for Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings from marketing missteps that angered customers and cratered the stock.
"Oh, I love Ron Perelman."
- Kevin Spacey on Sep 30, 2013