Gene and Doug discuss:
- With all that’s going on in Western Europe, we wonder if European regulators will be more kind to U.S. tech companies. The real question is: Will U.S. regulators be more kind to U.S. tech companies?
- Netflix India‘s subscriber goals have fallen short of the company’s projection over the past five years. Now that the company has reduced the monthly fee in the region by two-thirds, we wonder if that will kickstart revenue growth.
- Reddit MAUs are more or less the same as Snap and Twitter. That said, the company rarely gets the investor attention that its public competitors receive. Beyond active users, we look into the mechanics of the Reddit model, its revenue growth and when it may go public.