stronger. Major online travel agents, or OTAs, such as Expedia EXPE and Priceline PCLN are examples of companies whose economic ..... measured in billions of dollars each year run through the Expedia and Priceline families of booking sites. That’s
s main online travel agency (OTA) competitor, Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE ), since oddly enough, Priceline has never really ..... s "S&P 500 Fastest Growers" screener, while Expedia Complete Story »
get a 10% discount (up to $150) by paying via Bitcoin. Dell joins a Bitcoin supporter list that also includes Newegg , Expedia , Dish Network, and Overstock. The virtual currency's low transaction fees have given merchants an incentive to accept
pressured margins - think books and big screen TVs thanks Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN ) and airline tickets thanks to Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE ) and others - CarMax's margins have widened. By a lot. KMX Operating Margin (TTM) data by YCharts Sharon
upgrade their packaged tour business. My target price of $34, values TOUR at 1.7x FY15E P/S, on-par with Expedia ( EXPE ) but at a discount to Ctrip ( CTRP ) and eLong ( LONG ). I see TOUR as one of few Chinese ADRs that has the potential
By Adam Gefvert : eLong ( LONG ), a Chinese online service travel provider, has risen 60% over the past month based solely on takeover rumors. I believe these takeover rumors are false, and once it is apparent to the market that they are, eLong will swiftly give back most of those gains, for a ...
tells GeekWire his company and Expedia ( EXPE ) are no longer co-branding discounted ..... formed in 2011 . The news comes as Expedia launches its own daily deals product ..... site. Nonetheless, Groupon says Expedia "remains an important supply partner
Expedia ( EXPE ) says reports in Chinese media relating to its ownership of eLong ( LONG ) are inaccurate . Last week, Marbridge Consulting tipped that Ctrip was looking to buy Expedia 's stake in eLong. Post your comment!
Wall Street Breakfast Editors submit: Economy The U.S. has warned China that treaties and other global negotiations could be in danger if negotiations fail regarding their high-tech product international trade agreement. China has recently excluded approximately 60 new product categories, including
Expedia ( EXPE ) has agreed to buy Wotif.com, an Australian online travel group, for $660M. Expedia is expecting the deal to expand its customer base in the Asia-Pacfic