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U.S. Day Ahead: Priceline winning online booking war

Wednesday, August 07, 2013 - 01:42

Aug 7 - The travel website has beat earnings estimates in each of the past 4 quarters and is expected to continue the trend for Q1. Lionsgate and AMC also come out with earnings.

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Here are your top three stories for Thursday we'll see if retailer got an age or ask when the big chain stores report. -- good results from Costco and Wal-Mart. Coming to look forward to tax holidays in a lot of states. And an improving economy could help boost July number. Next stop is blind -- on its way to becoming the king of immediate jungle all well -- small player. But they are covering the waterfront there are no longer only focus on Hollywood. Analysts see higher revenues driven by the success of anger management and Nashville which on broadcast TV acts and ABC and -- -- -- black on Netflix. And all the film industry is still the focus Lionsgate TV side is on a roll it is expected to generate half a billion dollars this year. Up 30%. From the previous year. Your top story for tomorrow how William Shatner still have magic as the Priceline negotiator. The name your own price travel website has beat earnings estimates in each of the past four quarters and -- doesn't seem any different. In the online booking wars Priceline is beating out arch rival Expedia. Because they've been more aggressive advertising. The battleground Asia and Europe more people are spending on travel. Pushing the stocks soaring 50%. This year with a different news on Priceline acquisition. Of kayak dot com. Follow us on Twitter at greater than fighter and get warmer video that Reuters dot -- operators TV I'm hurting mom.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Priceline winning online booking war

Wednesday, August 07, 2013 - 01:42