Posts Tagged ‘Netflix’

Netflix Passes 10 Million Subscribers, With 600,000 Net Additions Since the First of the Year

LOS GATOS, Calif., Feb. 12 — Netflix, Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX), the world’s largest online movie rental service, today announced it has surpassed 10 million subscribers, a milestone that reflects the widespread and growing appeal of the company’s service. For one low monthly price, Netflix members can get unlimited DVDs delivered to their homes quickly and […]

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1 Million Netflix Users through Xbox Live Since November

Remember video stores? Yeah. Those were funny—actual buildings you would enter and then grab movies with your hands and physically transport them to your home. Sounds as labor intensive and antiquated as the Pony Express to me. Honestly. Even sealing a Netflix envelope and putting it in the mailbox seems a bit too difficult in […]

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Netflix might start weekend distribution

Company plans unchanged by postal-service request to stop Saturday deliveries Netflix might start keeping some of its distribution centers open on weekends in an effort to better fulfill subscriber requests for early-week delivery despite a request by the U.S. Postal Service for Congress to allow it to stop Saturday deliveries in order to stem losses. […]

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Netflix might start weekend distribution

Company plans unchanged by postal-service request to stop Saturday deliveries Netflix might start keeping some of its distribution centers open on weekends in an effort to better fulfill subscriber requests for early-week delivery despite a request by the U.S. Postal Service for Congress to allow it to stop Saturday deliveries in order to stem losses. […]

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The Postal Service and those red envelopes

The U.S. Postal Service might cut out one day of service a week because it’s going bankrupt. I really wouldn’t care . . . except for Netflix. It’s not like I watch a movie every night, but when I do want to watch the next flick in my queue I don’t want to wait four […]

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