Netflix is a long way from its days of DVD rentals processed by mail. The streaming service has been adding new subscribers by the millions in recent years and winning accolades for its original productions, sending its share price through the roof. (It now trades around $327.) But there have been signs of some light cracks more recently: In July, Netflix reported subscription addition figures that missed Wall Street estimates for the first time in five quarters, and there are concerns about whether Netflix can keep its torrid growth going at a time Amazon is ramping up its streaming services and companies like Disney and AT&T are adding more and more digital content to their services.
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