Zack Guzman

senior writer for Yahoo Finance

Senior Writer for Yahoo Finance 

Zack Guzman on KCRW

Netflix decided to pay around $100 million to keep streaming “Friends.” With all the cash Netflix is burning, is it sustainable?

With billions of dollars in debt, will Netflix survive?

Netflix decided to pay around $100 million to keep streaming “Friends.” With all the cash Netflix is burning, is it sustainable?

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