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Netflix: Valuing a New Business Model Case Solution & Answer

In the fall of 2011, Netflix has worked right the ship after stumbling upon the public through higher prices and strategic change, and then retired. The company was changing its business model to focus on video streaming service instead of the DVD in the mail that had brought the company success and praise. One major wrinkle in this business model change occurred in accounting for streaming. The case describes the rule, FAS 63, which used to account for streaming Netflix content and the implications for the future of the company that could be attributed to this accounting change.
by
François Brochet
Suraj Srinivasan,
Michael Norris
Source: Harvard Business School
18 pages.
Release: Aug 29, 2012. Prod #: 113018-PDF-ENG
Netflix: Valuation of a Business Case Solution New Model

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