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Natalie Walters

Natalie Walters

NatalieWalters

Natalie is a tech reporter for The Motley Fool. She previously reported on technology stocks for TheStreet in New York and on strategy for Business Insider in New York.

Recent articles

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Why Amazon Is Celebrating the Box Office Success of Jordan Peele's "Us"

Amazon is going to win big on director Jordan Peele's appeal.


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4 Facebook Executives Who Have Already Jumped Ship in 2019

This comes after Facebook lost a number of top executives in 2018.


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Inside Alibaba's New Futuristic Hotel

The Chinese e-commerce giant's FlyZoo Hotel looks like something out of "The Jetsons" TV show.


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Where Will Alibaba Be in 5 Years?

The Chinese company will celebrate its 20th anniversary in late 2019.


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2 Numbers That Show Alibaba Is Dominating China Retail

Strong active user growth and Alipay have made Alibaba a force that not many can reckon with in China.

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Apple Likely to Tout 2 New Subscription Services at March 25 Event

The tech giant's long-anticipated news and video-streaming subscription services could go live this summer.


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How Alibaba Makes Its Money

Alibaba is a megacompany, but these are its top three moneymaking businesses.


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Alibaba Building Youku to Be the Netflix of China

Like Netflix, Alibaba is spending heavily on original content to grow its streaming platform.


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Alibaba's Cloud Business Is a Game-Changer

Alibaba's cloud revenue grew by a stunning 84% year-over-year.


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Are We Past the Golden Era of iPhone Launches?

Apple's iPhone business is slowing down.

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Who Knew? Netflix Still Has 2.7 Million DVD-by-Mail Subscribers

The streaming giant made a $52 million profit from its DVD subscription program this past quarter.


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Netflix U.S. Growth Is Slowing -- Will It Ever Hit Its Goal of 90 Million Subscribers?

Netflix has a long-term goal to hit up to 90 million U.S. subscribers.


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Alibaba Is About to End Its 10-Quarter Streak of Above 50% Revenue Growth

Alibaba will report its third-quarter earnings on Jan. 30.


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3 Big Concerns for Netflix in 2019

Netflix's content is on fire, but the streaming service is spending a lot of money to generate the interest and awards.


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Apple Won't Report iPhone Unit Sales. Here Are 3 Things to Look for Instead

The number of iPhones sold was always a subject of hot debate.

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Netflix Takes Its 2 Biggest Steps Yet Into Hollywood

Knock knock, Hollywood. It's Netflix.


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Alibaba Earnings: What to Expect Amid China's Economic Slowdown

Investors who have grown used to blowout growth from the e-commerce giant should temper their expectations.


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The Social Media Platforms That Hit 100 Million Users Fastest

Hint: Neither Facebook nor Instagram was the fastest.


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Here's a List of the 7 Snap Execs Who've Jumped Ship in the Past Year

Snap's revolving door seems to be spinning faster and faster.


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Netflix Drops Biggest Price Hike in Its 12-Year History

Netflix will get over $1 billion in incremental revenue following the price hike.