Amazon Offers To Help Vaccinate 100M Americans In First 100 Days Of Biden Administration

Amazon.com, Inc (NASDAQ: AMZN) wants to help the new administration in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, as per a letter written by Dave Clark, CEO of the e-commerce giant’s worldwide consumer business, CNBC reported Wednesday.What Happened: Clark wrote to President Joe Biden that the retail giant is ready to assist the new administration’s vaccination efforts by leveraging its operations, information technology, and communications capabilities along with its expertise, according to CNBC.”As you begin your work leading the country out of the Covid-19 crisis, Amazon stands ready to assist you in reaching your goal of vaccinating 100 million Americans in the first 100 days of your administration,” wrote Clark.Why It Matters: Clark pointed to the 800,000 employees that make up Amazon’s workforce in the United States and vyed for early vaccinations of the employees.The executive disclosed that Jeff Bezos-led company had an agreement in place with a third-party occupational health care provider to administer vaccines to employees at its facilities.See Also: Cuomo Asks Pfizer To Let New York Purchase COVID-19 Vaccine DirectlyClark had previously written to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in December, asking for priority access to vaccines for its employees.Price Action: Amazon shares closed nearly 4.6% higher at $3,263.88 on Wednesday and gained 0.36% in the after-hours session.See more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * Google Defends Against Allegations Of Collusion With Facebook On Ads * Tesla Gets ,250 Bull Case Target From Wedbush As EV Market Remains Its World Where Others ‘Paying Rent'(C) 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

Netflix To Rollout ‘Shuffle Play’ Feature Around The World In Coming Months

Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX) disclosed during its fourth-quarter earnings report that it will bring “Shuffle Play” to its global userbase in the first half of 2021, the Verge reported Wednesday.What Happened: The feature allows users to forego browsing the catalog as Netflix will randomly pick content for them to watch.Shuffle Play was designed for users to “indicate to us that they just want to skip browsing entirely, click one button and we’ll pick a title for them just to instantly play,” Netflix Chief Operating Officer Greg Peters said, according to the Verge. There is no clarity on what the feature will be called — but Reed Hastings, the video streamer’s co-CEO, previously joked they might call it “I’m Feeling Lucky” in the same way Alphabet Inc’s (NASDAQ: GOOGL) (NASDAQ: GOOG) Google calls its search feature.Why It Matters: The Shuffle Play feature emerged last year in August when Netflix began testing it with a segment of its users worldwide.> Interesting new feature @netflix … but what kind of insane person just says, “yolo, let’s spin the Netflix wheel of fortune” pic.twitter.com/6WDJrmd7pG> > — Turner Levison (@TurnerLevison) August 18, 2020The subscription video-on-demand company reported $1.19 in adjusted Q4 earnings per share, missing analyst expectations of $1.39.Netflix added 8.5 million global paid net subscribers in the period exceeding Wall Street estimates of 6.47 million.Price Action: Netflix shares closed 16.85% higher at $586.34 on Wednesday and fell 0.11% in the after-hours session.Read Next: Netflix Is Now A Free Cash Flow Story: Analysts React To Q4 EarningsSee more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * Amazon Offers To Help Vaccinate 100M Americans In First 100 Days Of Biden Administration * Tesla Sees 63% Rise In California Registrations, Thanks To Model Y(C) 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

Netflix To Rollout ‘Shuffle Play’ Feature Around The World In Coming Months

Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX) disclosed during its fourth-quarter earnings report that it will bring “Shuffle Play” to its global userbase in the first half of 2021, the Verge reported Wednesday.What Happened: The feature allows users to forego browsing the catalog as Netflix will randomly pick content for them to watch.Shuffle Play was designed for users to “indicate to us that they just want to skip browsing entirely, click one button and we’ll pick a title for them just to instantly play,” Netflix Chief Operating Officer Greg Peters said, according to the Verge. There is no clarity on what the feature will be called — but Reed Hastings, the video streamer’s co-CEO, previously joked they might call it “I’m Feeling Lucky” in the same way Alphabet Inc’s (NASDAQ: GOOGL) (NASDAQ: GOOG) Google calls its search feature.Why It Matters: The Shuffle Play feature emerged last year in August when Netflix began testing it with a segment of its users worldwide.> Interesting new feature @netflix … but what kind of insane person just says, “yolo, let’s spin the Netflix wheel of fortune” pic.twitter.com/6WDJrmd7pG> > — Turner Levison (@TurnerLevison) August 18, 2020The subscription video-on-demand company reported $1.19 in adjusted Q4 earnings per share, missing analyst expectations of $1.39.Netflix added 8.5 million global paid net subscribers in the period exceeding Wall Street estimates of 6.47 million.Price Action: Netflix shares closed 16.85% higher at $586.34 on Wednesday and fell 0.11% in the after-hours session.Read Next: Netflix Is Now A Free Cash Flow Story: Analysts React To Q4 EarningsSee more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * Amazon Offers To Help Vaccinate 100M Americans In First 100 Days Of Biden Administration * Tesla Sees 63% Rise In California Registrations, Thanks To Model Y(C) 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.