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What: Shares of Motley Fool Stock Advisor selection Netflix
So what: Netflix earned $0.70 a share on $553.2 million in third-quarter revenue. Analysts had expected $0.72 on $550.9 million in revenue. The company also added 1.9 million new subscribers, more than triple last year's additions.
Now what: On a call with analysts, CEO Reed Hastings said his company is investing heavily to expand internationally and take advantage of a digital streaming opportunity that will arise "five or 10 years from now." Basically, he's trying to win a race against Apple
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