The company is showing some cracks as it receives criticism for several unpopular new initiatives.
High hopes for companies like Facebook, Zynga and Twtter have individual investors looking to get in ahead of their public trading debuts.
These companies, all of which went public in 2011, have so far overpromised and underdelivered.
The retail giant pushes its streaming service as Netflix shares plunge 10% on disappointing earnings and a backlash against a price increase.
The company's quiet period is over, and analysts have a wide-ranging view of the streaming-music provider.
Fund managers disagree about the stock's prospects following rate hakes that have agitated customers.
Shares slip after Amazon strikes a streaming deal with CBS.
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