Netflix says stronger competition, the Ukraine-Russia conflict and password sharing contributed to its first drop in customers in a decade. Jenny Kane/AP
Netflix has lost 200,000 U.S. subscribers in the first quarter of 2022, marking its first drop in customers in more than a decade, the company announced Tuesday.
It attributed the losses to factors such as stronger competition, the Ukraine-Russia conflict and password sharing.
In a letter to shareholders, the entertainment company said it relied on password sharing within
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