Wilmot Reed Hastings Jr. (born October 8, 1960) is an American billionaire businessman. He is the co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer (CEO) of Netflix, and serves on a number of boards and non-profit organizations. — Wikipedia
Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings gave $120 million to historically Black colleges
Chief content officer Ted Sarandos is now co-CEO with Reed Hastings.
An excerpt from ‘No Rules Rules’ by Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer
The 20-year Netflix veteran will join current chief executive Reed Hastings in the role.
Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer’s ‘No Rules Rules’ offers a radical take on corporate culture
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Netflix co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings says he is superstitious in celebrating subscriber milestones.
Ted Sarandos promotion to co-CEO alongside Reed Hastings is simply a formality at this point.
The streaming giant had upended show business long before the pandemic hit. But with a highly unusual management style, its billionaire founder has now positioned his entertainment juggernaut…
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Reed Hastings’ $20 million property has acres of trails, classrooms, and a spa for teachers to rest.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said the donations were intended create long-term opportunities for the Black community.
The streaming giant’s leader says not being able to get together in person, particularly internationally, makes doing business harder and that he is eager to have staff back in the office…
The boss of Netflix has offloaded $230 million in company stock to push his share sales this year past the $600 million mark.Reed Hastings has been reducing his holding in the streaming video company