Netflix passed 200 million global subscribers in the fourth quarter, it reported Tuesday, adding 8.51 million new subscribers to lift its total to 203.66 million. But the biggest news from the video streaming giant was that its years of borrowing money to fund its operations are at an end. The company declared that it was “very close” to being permanently “free cash flow positive,” which means...
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