Netflix, Inc. Common Stock Nasdaq Global Select
Open: $508.85 High: $520.96 Low: $507.2 Close: $516.54
Range: 2021-06-23 - 2021-06-24
Volume: 5,145,643
Market: Open
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Netflix, Inc. Common Stock 100 Winchester Circle Los Gatos CA, 95032
Netflix Inc provides multimedia content through the internet. It provides a subscription based platform for television shows, movies and original series.
  • CEO: Reed Hastings
  • Employees: 5,500
  • Sector: Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry: Entertainment
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