3.71 million expected by a FactSet estimate Number of subscribers (total): 98.75 vs. 98.93 million expected by a FactSet estimate Guidance(Q2 EPS): 15 cents vs. 24 cents a share expected by a Thomson Reuters estimate Guidance (Q2 Revenue): $2.76 billion vs. The entertainment technology company’s results were still way up from a year ago, when it posted earnings of 6 cents per share on revenue of $1.96 billion. But the results fell slightly short even of Netflix’s own forecasts of adding 5.2 million subscribers in the first quarter 1.5 million domestic streamers and 3.7 million internationally. The company said the 22 percent year-over-year decrease in international subscriber additions was in part “lapping” last year’s massive global expansion. It said it expects total subscribers to hit 3.2 million next quarter, well above the 2.45 million expected. “The subs were a littler light, both domestically and internationally, and that’s why I think the stock [was] down,” said Michael Graham, managing director and senior internet analyst at Canaccord Genuity told CNBC’s ” Closing Bell ” on Monday. “But I think why it [was] not down even more is because the guidance for subscribers for Q2 were ahead of where our estimates were, where consensus was. I feel like it is just a little bit of lumpiness they’ve had this lumpiness before.
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But the truth is, that is the beginning of decades of appeals. The families dont get the closure, she said. She added that death penalty appeals cost the state millions of dollars. Opponents call her decision irresponsible. Copyright 2017 WGCU Public Broadcasting. To see more, visit WGCU Public Broadcasting . Tags: By Renata Sago Apr 14, 2017 Joe Burbank / Associated Press National and state civil rights groups filed paperwork Thursday supporting Orange and Osceola state attorney Aramis Ayalas federal lawsuit against Governor Rick Scott. In an amicus brief, the eight groups said Scott overstepped his bounds by reassigning 23 of Ayalas cases toprosecutor Brad King who oversees cases in Lake and Marion counties. By Colin Dwyer Apr 11, 2017 The state attorney for Orange and Osceola counties has sued Gov. Rick Scott, alleging that he acted unconstitutionally when he removed her from 23 homicide cases. Scott had reassigned Aramis Ayala’s cases to another state attorney by executive order because Ayala had declared her refusal to pursue the death penalty.YOURURL.com
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