Taylor Swift's New Album. Netflix's Recovery. YouTube Music's Big Push. - Bloomberg
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Taylor Swift's New Album. Netflix's Recovery. YouTube Music's Big Push. - Bloomberg

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We just wrapped the first week of corporate earnings season (for tech and entertainment), which means we are starting to get a glimpse of how the shaky economy is weighing on some of the biggest companies in the world. So far? A thumbs up for Netflix Inc., two thumbs down for Snap Inc. and a pretty weak performance from Verizon Communications Inc., the largest wireless carrier in the US.
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