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TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the leisure industry higher today.
The market is showing that Expedia shares aren't ready to go higher now. So take your profits and wait for the results.
Expedia (EXPE) stock is declining in afternoon trading as the company is slated to report second quarter earnings and revenue after Thursday's market close.
As recession and Brexit risks fade, only 'political risk' is left -- you know what that means. Here are some of the big-name companies affected, from GE to Marriott.
The Federal Reserve will steal focus from another onslaught of earnings in the coming week as investors remain wary over the central bank's rate-hike timetable.
Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.
Piper Jaffray analysts believe Expedia (EXPE) will perform better than its peers when the company's earnings are released next Thursday.
It’s difficult to say what it is telling us about the next move for stocks.
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Announces support from ATOC and RDG to provide booking options on Britain's national rail network
Slower car buying holds down the retail sales number, but online retail and the home improvement sector were stars.
The attack in France has cast a pall over U.S. futures, but data from China has investors there bubbly.
Periscope, Vine and other initiatives have failed to light a spark at Twitter.
Expedia honored for dedicated support of St. Jude, its lifesaving mission
This week's jobs report will be one of the most anticipated in recent years, since it will indicate whether a sharp slowdown in employment growth during May was an anomaly.
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Apollo Global Management's deal to acquire Diamond Resorts for $2.2 billion should remind investors of Apollo's roots -- and Diamond's issues.
Online travel stocks recover a sliver of their post-referendum losses.
Airline and travel booking stocks have taken a beating since last week's Brexit vote. But experts say the fears are overblown and shares oversold: this could be a buying opportunity.
Twitter is creating location-based feeds, Intel is going after Nvidia in the server accelerator market, and U.S. tech stocks with big European exposure are stung by Brexit.
The online travel services company derives more than 70% of its revenue from Europe.
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Warren Buffett, Reed Hastings, Mark Pincus, Earvin 'Magic' Johnson and Drew Houston are among the many business leaders who jumped on the Hillary Clinton bandwagon today.
Women at Expedia, Inc. represent 52 percent of the company's employees worldwide and are paid $1 for every $1 paid to men in equivalent roles
In the wake of Microsoft's $26.2 billion LinkedIn acquisition, investors might want to keep an eye out for other tech deals potentially on the horizon.
There might be renewed takeover interest in company's like Yelp, TripAdvisor, and Expedia following Microsoft's $26.2 billion purchase of LinkedIn, according to Jim Cramer.
For a guy who spends so much time touting his business prowess, Donald Trump isn't exactly corporate America's best friend.