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Why Walt Disney Should Not Buy Netflix

Rumor has it that Walt Disney wants to acquire Netflix. But Disney should punt because such a deal fails the four tests of a successful acquisition. While Netflix declined to comment on the rumors which surfaced last weekend, things are not looking great for the provider of DVD-by-Mail and online streaming [...]
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Why Walt Disney Should Not Buy Netflix

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Rumor has it that Walt Disney wants to acquire Netflix(I have no financial interest in either company). But Disney should punt because such a deal fails the four tests of a successful acquisition. While Netflix declined to comment o...

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