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.
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Netflix co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings says he is superstitious in celebrating subscriber milestones.
Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer’s ‘No Rules Rules’ offers a radical take on corporate culture
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Reed Hastings donated the largest sum yet to stop the recall of the California governor.
Ted Sarandos promotion to co-CEO alongside Reed Hastings is simply a formality at this point.
Reed Hastings is spending $3 million to back Newsom. There could be much more to come.
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.