Netflix looks to recover from its fall from grace

Netflix stock pricesIn early July, buying Netflix looked like a can't-lose proposition: The online video provider was dominating the streaming market and saw its share price top $304. Now, the company is struggling to win back subcribers and reassure investors that it can continue to grow, all the while looking at a stock that's now trading at just more than one-third of its high. Here's a timeline of Netflix's sudden tumble. Special Report

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