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Not only has Carnival beaten analysts' earnings-per-share estimates in 10 straight quarters, the company is projected to grow earnings at an annual rate of 16% in the next five years.
The stock has been steadily climbing and with today's gain is one of the S&P 500's best performers.
The Fed wants to raise business confidence? Fed Chair Janet Yellen should try showing some herself.
Expedia investors should stand aside until the recent selling wave runs out of steam.
Capital One, a financial technology leader among banks, now has a rewards partnership with last-minute booking app HotelTonight. Will the partnership help start-up toward IPO?
Marriott integrates Expedia's package product to help drive incremental demand
Expedia (EXPE) is said to be getting ready to list its hotel search platform Trivago through an initial public offering.
Pretend you're seeing discounted tickets with JetBlue and Southwest shares.
Craig-Hallum analyst George Sutton has raised his price target on Vonage, which was up about 9% Thursday afternoon.
Craig-Hallum's George Sutton raises Vonage target price on Nexmo acquisition.
Best days to travel this year are Wednesday and Thursday; Last-minute travel deals abound
Hosts "Travel Think Tank" in San Francisco, Expedia's first-ever inspirational invitational to discuss unique mobile travel concepts
Vonage's new acquisition could be worth more than Vonage itself.
Expedia remains just above a very low-risk buy zone.
Nick Johnson catches final region specific Pokemon Kangaskhan in Sydney
Priceline showed plenty of strength in its various travel-booking platforms, Cramer noted.
Eyes will be on Priceline's bookings and room night growth as well as the effects of Brexit when the travel site reports earnings Thursday.
All winners of Hotels.com Loved by Guests Awards 2016
The hotel search site could be worth $5B, putting Expedia's holdings at more than $3B
The company's earnings didn't meet expectations because of increased terror attacks, but the Olympics in Rio could turn things around.
The Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller deal is another step closer to completion.