Netflix's key contract with Starz expired on Tuesday, causing a massive hit to its instant streaming catalog of movies and TV shows.
Verizon and DVD kiosk company Redbox said Monday that they're teaming up on a streaming video partnership, a move that puts Netflix squarely in their crosshairs.
Wow. 2012 is only a few days old but there already have been some game-changing deals. Yahoo has agreed to acquire Netflix. Samsung is taking over Research in Motion. And Eddie Lampert is taking Sears private.
It still has millions of subscribers, generates a decent chunk of cash and is reporting solid sales growth, but the warning signs are there. If Netflix doesn't watch out, it could be the next AOL.
While S&P 500 companies are on pace to reach record earnings, with more than 70% reporting above the consensus estimates, not everything is rosy.
Blockbuster was expected to launch a Netflix rival on Friday -- and it did, kind of.
The curtain hasn't even opened on Netflix's new DVD-by-mail spin-off company Qwikster, and many customers are already walking out.
Netflix subscribers threatened to flee in droves when the company whacked them with a surprise price hike, which kicked in this month.
When Netflix announced new prices for its DVD and streaming combo subscription plan a few weeks ago, many Netflix customers were unsurprisingly outraged.
Chances are, last week wasn't a great time to be working at Netflix.
Netflix subscribers might not be thrilled with the company's plans to increase prices, but investors appear to be more accepting.
In a bid to get more eyeballs on its movies, one major studio is looking to turn Facebook into a movie-streaming service.
Amazon edged into Netflix territory on Tuesday when it unveiled a free, instant movie and TV show streaming option for those who pay for its Amazon Prime service.
Bankrupt home video chain Blockbuster put itself up for sale Monday, saying it has received an offer of $290 million dollars for the business.
U.S. stocks ended at fresh multi-year highs Thursday, as investors focused on an upbeat manufacturing report and looked past indications that inflation is heating up.
Redbox, the $1 DVD rental kiosk service, said Thursday that it is planning an online video streaming service -- just like Netflix.
Shares of Netflix ended 15% higher Thursday, after its fourth-quarter earnings report showed strong growth in the company's subscriber base and sales.
Has the red envelope finally triumphed over the Redbox?
Coinstar Inc.'s stock price fell Friday as the owner of the movie rental service Redbox pays the price for lowering its earnings guidance.
U.S. stocks were headed for a lower open as investors mulled over earnings results from JPMorgan and government reports on inflation and retail sales.
Shares of Coinstar, the owner of Redbox DVD rental kiosks, surged almost 25% on Friday after the company reported earnings that topped expectations.
Blockbuster filed for bankruptcy Thursday in its latest attempt to overcome nearly $1 billion in debt.
No longer content to just process other companies' transactions, NCR wants to take on some of its own.
Time Warner Inc. on Wednesday recorded its highest quarterly profit in company history, easily beating Wall Street's forecasts.
Shares of Redbox's parent company Coinstar jumped 16% Friday after profits more than tripled in the first quarter on much better-than-expected revenue from DVD rentals.
Redbox and Hollywood finally made nice last week, but their arrangement may wind up hurting the movie kiosk company more than it helps it.