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Netflix Bumps New York Times From S&P 500

Caps big week for Netflix; shares down for Times

The S&P 500 has handed a gift-wrapped anecdote to the author of some future book about the changing face of media: The Associated Press reports that Netflix will displace the New York Times Company Friday in the Standard and Poor's index Friday.

The move caps a good week for Netflix, which just announced a deal to stream episodes from the ABC Television Network, Disney Channel and ABC Family.

New York Times shares were down 33 cents, or 3.39 percent, to $9.41. Netflix was up $2.24, or 1.17 percent, to $193.29.

Also joining the S&P 500 Friday was Cablevision Systems Corp. which will replace King Pharmaceuticals because Pfizer Inc., an S&P 100 & 500 constituent, is acquiring King Pharmaceuticals.

Cablevision shares were up $1.35, or 4.05 percent, to 34.71.

The reshuffle which will take effect after trading closes Dec. 17.