>>124581904>as far as I'm aware Netflix is still in tremendous debt and continuing to shovel money into a furnace
I think that's the point nowadays, because otherwise this shit doesn't make a lick of sense.
I guess the point could be to simply look good regarding the estimated future marketing data, which draws in clueless investors, which in turn raises your company value, and now you can take more zero interest debt against the company and issue stock buybacks and artificially raise your stock value even further.
It's all smoke and mirrors, real profit means fuckall at this point.
It's either that or they're pushing an agenda to destroy all history on purpose. Otherwise this makes no sense whatsoever, because even the most retarded marketing department man can tell you that this is a really fucking bad approach at making money.