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“This is a Bernie Madoff-size scam for the sneaker market.” He promised early access to highly coveted Jordans and lived a lavish lifestyle from the cash he collected. on.wsj.com/3E1yCMs
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It was a short honeymoon for David Zaslav & Co. Warner Discovery shares have dropped more than 46% since April deal close, and layoffs, departures of top leaders and budget cuts have sunk morale throughout the company wsj.com/articles/the-making-… via @WSJ
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As Netflix launches its new ad-supported tier of service around the world this week and next, it continues to haggle with several major studios for the right to run ads in their TV shows and movies w/ @VranicaWSJ and @JBFlint wsj.com/articles/netflix-wit…
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Disney CEO Bob Chapek joins WSJ Editor in Chief Matt Murray at #WSJTechLive to discuss his vision for the company on.wsj.com/3gC3I43 nitter.fdn.fr/i/broadcasts/1nA…
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Telehealth startup Cerebral is cutting about 20% of staff as it shrinks operations to match patient demand and lower growth targets, a company memo said on.wsj.com/3TNvCIz
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Inside Netflix, top film executives earlier this year debated changing the company’s approach to theatrical releases, wrestling with a big question in Hollywood: What is the best way to release a movie? wsj.com/articles/the-great-n… w/ @RWhelanWSJ @jtoonkel
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A first for Netflix: the streaming giant has more subscribers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa than it does in the U.S. and Canada. @bysarahkrouse wsj.com/articles/netflix-nfl…
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Which are the best companies to start your career? Where are you most likely to get promoted or a raise? Check out this @WSJ ranking of the top 250 companies. on.wsj.com/3CXWvUr
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