CBC News – It’s lonely at the top of the streaming world — especially if you peer over the cliff and see the hordes of rivals clambering up to take your spot.

That’s where Netflix finds itself at the moment, as the company that turned itself from a DVD-by-mail business 20 years ago to a $75 billion media colossus with more than 100 million customers around the world faces problems it hasn’t had to deal with thus far in its meteoric rise.

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