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Expedia claims unfair practices by Google in complaint to European Commission
Expedia Inc filed the complaint with the European Commission on Friday last week, full details of which have yet to be disclosed.
TripAdvisor Files Antitrust Complaint Against Google With EU  Bloomberg
Expedia, Tripadvisor file antitrust complaints against Google in Europe  Computerworld
Expedia tops profit estimates, shares up
Online travel agency Expedia Inc topped estimates for quarterly profit growth as its worldwide hotel revenue increased, and its shares gained 16.5 percent.
S&P 500 rallies for week on Amazon, Expedia results
NEW YORK U.S. stocks advanced on Friday and posted their best weekly gains in a month as stronger-than-expected earnings from Amazon.
Michael Ian Black on His Career, Expedia and Social Media
I use Expedia myself, so it seemed like a no-brainer to make a commercial with them. They could not have been nicer or more supportive, and I'm happy to be associated with their brand.
The Big Flaws in Hotel Rankings
One website, TripAdvisor, dominates the hotel-review arena, but online travel sellers Expedia, Priceline, Travelocity, Orbitz and Hotels.
Insta-Rich: $1 Billion for Instagram
Ann Taylor owner Ann Inc., Urban Outfitters Inc. URBN -2.51 % and fashion label Marc Jacobs have created accounts and use Instagram to promote their brands.
The Two-Horse Smartphone Race
Analysts expect the company, relying heavily on phones run by Google Inc.'s Android software, to double the size of its smartphone shipments this year.
Google Preserves Cash and Control
Google Inc. unveiled a 2-for-1 stock split designed to assuage investors while also allowing its founders to maintain their control over the company.
Exclusive: Travelzoo mulls sale, seeks adviser: sources
The shares of Travelzoo, which competes with Expedia Inc, Priceline.com Inc and Groupon Inc, have been hurt by at least two quarters of disappointing results over the last nine months.
US Alleges E-Book Scheme
In a civil antitrust lawsuit, the Justice Department alleged that CEOs of the publishing companies met regularly in private dining rooms of upscale Manhattan restaurants to discuss how to respond to steep discounting of their e-books by Amazon.
US v. Apple: What Happened at Picholine  Barron's (blog)