Everyday should be Earth Day except today it actually is Earth Day.

Happening in the World: Netflix is currently facing financial tensions as declining customer retention caused the Netflix stock price to plummet by 35% in the past week. Amidst an avalanche of competition from lower priced streaming services, the company experienced a 50 billion dollar decrease in its market value after quarter one reports indicated a substantial loss of subscribers. Company executives are exploring the possibility of adding a lower-priced ad supported subscription in hopes of luring customers back. (WSJ)

Happening in the US: The ‘supposedly-missing’ dress worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz is set to be auctioned off in Los Angeles after it was found by drama professor at The Catholic University of America. The dress had been gifted to the University in 1973 by actress Mercedes McCambridge, who served as the school’s artist-in-residence in 1972. After disappearing for several decades, the dress is expected to sell for over one million dollars. (NBC)

Happening in NYC: The Earth Day Initiative is hosting their annual Earth Day event at Hudson Yards all weekend. In partnership with Volkswagen, the event will include a three-day fair featuring environmental nonprofits, sustainable businesses, and interactive installations. To learn more, click here!

Happening in Our Community: Join the Columbia Business School as they host Haruhiko Kuroda, the current governor of the Bank of Japan. Moderated by internationally renowned economist and SIPA professor Takatoshi Ito, the talk will focus on Japan’s inflation dynamics and the role of monetary policy. Interested in attending? Click here to learn more!

modern recreation of the wizard of oz via Pixabay