Expedia CEO, CFO Resign After Disagreement with Board
Chairman Barry Diller said senior management and the board disagreed on strategy.
A ‘Strong Travel Culture’ Pays Off for Companies
A cultural view of business travel as a strategic investment rather than a cost to be minimized aligns with some important business considerations.
Judge Sides With United in Expedia Contract Case
Expedia failed in its bid to maintain access to data for United flights scheduled after the companies' ticketing agreement expires.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Sept. 1
Expedia, The Williams Cos., LendingTree, Kirby, Douglas Dynamics, L.B. Foster, Abiomed, ScanSource, Health New England, Inseego
Trivago Shares Climb 7.7% in Market Debut
The IPO was priced below expectations at $11 per share, but the hotel-search website raised $287.1 million.
Expedia IT Specialist Accused of Insider Trading
The SEC says Jonathan Ly made $350,000 in illicit profits by trading on nonpublic information he obtained from Expedia's computers and email accounts.
Unlocking Hidden Value Through ‘Ubernomics’
How companies like Uber and Airbnb are showing the way to a new, collaborative economy.
Finance and Accounting Roundup for Executives
Be informed, get involved, and shape the world through finance. Here's today's roundup and finance win and fail of the day.
Expedia Buys HomeAway for $3.9B
The deal for HomeAway, a publicly traded provider of vacation rentals, puts Expedia in direct competition with Airbnb.
The Hotel Industry: Life Is Suite
Hotel chains are thriving, for now, thanks to innovation and a bit of luck.
Should Online Retailers Be Required to Collect State Taxes?
Four participants in the debate contend on whether states should get new taxing power.