News: Expedia Inc (EXPE.O)

EXPE.O on Nasdaq

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31 Oct 2014
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Expedia's third-quarter profit soars 50 percent

- Expedia Inc reported robust third-quarter earnings on Thursday and topped analyst estimates, as strong hotel bookings boosted the company's profit by more than 50 percent from the year-earlier quarter.

UPDATE 1-Expedia's third-quarter profit soars 50 percent

Oct 30 - Expedia Inc reported robust third-quarter earnings on Thursday and topped analyst estimates, as strong hotel bookings boosted the company's profit by more than 50 percent from the year-earlier quarter.

Expedia profit soars 50 percent

Oct 30 - Expedia Inc reported robust earnings on Thursday, topping analyst estimates, as quarterly profit rose by more than 50 percent from the year-earlier quarter.

UPDATE 2-Hotel group Accor takes battle to online rivals

* Group goal is to generate 50 percent of sales online (Writes through, adds detail, Bazin and analyst comments)

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Accor goes digital to combat online rivals

(Corrects paragraph two to show occasion is investor day, not results)

Accor to spend 225 mln eur in digital push

PARIS, Oct 30 - Accor, Europe's largest hotel group, said on Thursday it would spend 225 million euros (283.5 million) between 2014 and 2018 to beef up its digital business to cope with challenges from online booking rivals such as Expedia and Booking.com.

Australia shares dip on U.S. Ebola scare, Wotif soars

* ASX 200 tracks Wall Street lower after first Ebola diagnosis in U.S.

Australia clears Expedia's $610 million Wotif.com takeover

SYDNEY - Australia's antitrust regulator on Thursday cleared online travel giant Expedia Inc to buy local rival Wotif.com Holdings Ltd, saying it did not expect the A$699 million ($610 million) deal to substantially lessen competition.

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