The New York Times article "Netflix Looks Back on Its Near-Death Spiral" uses large data sets in order to depict the company's 2011 misstep, in which Netflix both raised prices and spun off its DVD-by-mail business.
The reporter had to find a way to organize the profit data, the amount of users who left, the amount of new users who have signed up since the debacle, and the stock data.
The New York Times included a slick high-definition video above the article, complete with a columnist summarizing the story supported by pictures/videos of Netflix's services.
The New York Times also included a chart of Netflix stock changes from 2009 through the present, isolating the high of $298.73 in 2011, the recent low of $53.80 in 2012, and the most recent price of $215.55 in 2013.
The combination of video, chart, and classic news story helped to flesh the story out for both the casual reader and someone who would want to look more in-depth on the issue. The New York Times understands how to incorporate multimedia to support a new story.