Disney fires TV content chief, Goldman downgrades Netflix

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Yahoo Finance entertainment reporter Allie Canal details how Disney has fired its TV content chief Peter Rice, how streaming platforms are attempting consistent messaging, and Goldman Sachs’s downgrade of Netflix stock to ‘Sell.’

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