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[[File:Reed Hastings.jpg|250px|right]]{{tnr}}'''Reed Hastings''' is the CEO of Netflix. He serves on the boards of Microsoft and Facebook.
 
[[File:Reed Hastings.jpg|250px|right]]{{tnr}}'''Reed Hastings''' is the CEO of Netflix. He serves on the boards of Microsoft and Facebook.
  
In 2010, Hastings gave an interview in the course of which he said that Americans are somewhat self-absorbed and ignorant about international events: "How much has it been your experience that Americans follow what happens in the world? It's something we'll monitor, but Americans are somewhat self-absorbed."<ref>[http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/news/e3if1d3902d12574ec222961f1deec0fd2b ''Hollywood Reporter'', 'What Netflix CEO hopes U.S. won't notice", October 14, 2010]</ref>
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In 2010, Hastings gave an interview in the course of which he said that Americans are somewhat self-absorbed and ignorant about international events: "How much has it been your experience that Americans follow what happens in the world? It's something we'll monitor, but Americans are somewhat self-absorbed."<ref>[http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/news/e3if1d3902d12574ec222961f1deec0fd2b ''Hollywood Reporter'', 'What Netflix CEO hopes U.S. won't notice," October 14, 2010]</ref>
  
 
==Ballot measure donations==
 
==Ballot measure donations==

Latest revision as of 07:00, 21 March 2014

Reed Hastings.jpg
Reed Hastings is the CEO of Netflix. He serves on the boards of Microsoft and Facebook.

In 2010, Hastings gave an interview in the course of which he said that Americans are somewhat self-absorbed and ignorant about international events: "How much has it been your experience that Americans follow what happens in the world? It's something we'll monitor, but Americans are somewhat self-absorbed."[1]

Ballot measure donations

2010

$257,328 to the campaign in favor of a "yes" vote on California Proposition 14, Top Two Primaries Act.

2009

Reed donated $251,491 to the campaign to pass California Proposition 1A, Temporary Tax Increase (May 2009).[2]

2008

2006

$4,973,912 to the campaign in favor of a "yes" vote on California Proposition 88, Statewide $50 Parcel Tax.

2004

$190,255 to the campaign in favor of a "yes" vote on Washington Charter School Authorization, Referendum 55.

2000

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