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A leaked email shows a Wedbush executive urged the firm to drop Netflix coverage because its analyst's call has been wrong for years (NFLX)

Business Insider Tuesday, 23 April 2019
A leaked email shows a Wedbush executive urged the firm to drop Netflix coverage because its analyst's call has been wrong for years (NFLX)· *A Wedbush executive two years ago urged the firm's equity-research team to stop covering Netflix because he was concerned with the intent of the research analyst following the stock, according to an email obtained by Markets Insider.*
· *Tim Podell, the vice president of investments at Wedbush Securities, sent the email to...
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