Analysis of Netflix Stock: Ads. New Chapter of Streaming


Analysis of Netflix stock need to consider the ads-supported plan.
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Analysis of Netflix Stock is focused on answering this question: It loses 200 million subscribers in the first quarter of 2022. The streaming giant plan to launch an ad-supported program to cut the expense and offer lower subscription fees for the customer. Will this decision help company to regain or at least retain its customer?

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Netflix’s Competitive Advantage is Losing?


Netflix's Competitive Advantage is decaying due to the competitors don't need to make money.
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If we inspect carefully the number of subscribers lost, actually Netflix is just fine. The streaming giant only lost 200 thousand subscribers from a total of 221 million. It is a tiny fraction, less than 0.1%. It is no big deal. Netflix said that number comes from 700 thousand losses due to Russian things. If we neglect Russia – Ukraine number, Netflix has an additional 500 thousand subscribers. Not bad. Far from it. Case closed. So, why we are here? To address a more important issue: Netflix’s Competitive Advantage.

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Management Analysis of Amazon: Acquisition

Management Analysis of Amazon: When it becomes too big through acquisition, will it decline like GE?
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In 2021, in the journey of its presence in the streaming business, Amazon snaps up James Bond Maker, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. In 2017, General Electric acquires Baker Hughes, the oil company, completing its acquisition in almost every industry possible. We know how it ends. In this article, we try to provide insight into the Management Analysis of Amazon. How good is its acquisition? How does it differ from GE? What similarities?

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Intangible as a Lasting Competitive Advantage

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How it’s feel hit by something not real or intangible? Ask Samsung. In August 2012, The Jury decide that The Korean Giant has to pay more than $1 billion due to Apple’s patent violation. The jury declared that slide and bounce touch is part of Apple’s innovation property – thus, a company has to pay Apple when using it in their product. This content will discuss intangible as a lasting competitive advantage: including patent, right, and brands.

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