. . We don’t expect Netflix to become meaningfully profitable on a cash basis for several years, and we don’t expect positive free cash flow for the remainder of this decade; even then, we think that positive free cash flow will remain elusive UNLESS the company decides to materially increase price and sacrifice growth. . . We think that Netflix is destined to be a cash burning high growth company until it changes its strategy and accepts its fate as a highly profitable slow growth company.” JPMorgan, Doug Anmuth (Overweight, price target raised to $178 from $175) “Content timing can shift subs quarter by quarter, but the underlying secular trend toward Internet TV remains very strong. NFLX’s 1Q net adds came in a bit below guidance & investor expectations in both US & Int’l, partly a function of lighter content releases in 1Q. However, the stronger than expected 2Q guidance (w/nearly 40% of the 2Q net adds in place by this weekend) leaves 1H17 global net adds essentially unchanged or ahead at just over 8M, as shown in Figure 4. read moreHouse of Cards & Orange Is The New Black seasons 5, 13 Reasons Why (released March 31), & Iron Fist (March 17), along with more original films including War Machine (May 26, starring Brad Pitt) should drive 2Q net adds during a seasonally slower quarter.
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As a result, he doesn’t have a fixed set of questions he lobs at interviewees. He does have one question he always asks after each interview wraps up although it’s never directed at the job candidate. “Come to think of it, I do have one thing I often do regarding a potential candidate,” he told Business Insider. “I ask our lead receptionist, Joyce, how a candidate treated her. She has marvelous instincts. Ditto to both of my assistants who chat with the candidate while they are waiting to see me.” For Goings, hiring people who are a good culture fit is crucial. As a result, it’s not all about an applicant’s career experience and performance during the interview. How they treat people and interact with their prospective future coworkers counts, too. “I think there is something interesting to be learned about a candidate in every interaction so I look at all behaviors as a sum,” Goings said. “That’s why I always call Joyce, too.
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