Netflix splurges on Seinfeld, Amazon’s secretive “A9” algorithm, and Oil’s surge

Netflix splurges on Seinfeld, Amazon’s secretive “A9” algorithm, and Oil’s surge

Snacks Daily - September 17, 2019 - 17:51

Oil prices just surged after an attack in Saudi Arabia, so we break down why it’s not as big a deal as Wall Street made it seem. Netflix is treating itself to $500M of Seinfeld reruns from Sony because sitcoms earn your loyalty. The WSJ reported that Amazon’s secretive A9 search office made a change to its algorithm with huge implications for your online shopping life.

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