Netflix Inc. is bracing for customer backlash that could result in its slowest subscriber growth in more than three years amid changes to its online video and DVD rental service that will raise prices by as much as 60 percent.
June 1st typically has many Bay Area residents headed for the pool, the amusement park or some other outdoor activity where the weather can be enjoyed. Suffice it to say that is not happening this year.
After weeks of stormy weather, the Bay Area forecast for the coming days calls for sunshine and a run of high temperatures that broke records Wednesday.
Clearing skies and cold air greeted the Bay Area Friday morning following the latest downpour overnight Thursday, with the anticipation of snow in low-lying areas still in the forecast.
Stocks finished Thursday flat, dragged down by Cisco Systems Inc. The San Jose-based company issued a weak earnings forecast.
Cold, wet weather was expected to move into the Bay Area on Friday, with no sign of letting up until at least the end of the weekend.