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Priceline Buys Kayak for $1.8 Billion Expanding in Travel
Priceline.com Inc., the most valuable online-travel agency, is buying Kayak Software Corp. for $1.8 billion, adding profitable search tools to its services that help consumers book flights and hotels online.
Priceline to Buy Kayak in $1.8 Billion Deal  Wall Street Journal
Brexit Makes UK Vacations More Affordable for Americans
Expedia Inc. EXPE 0.35 % 's online booking site Hotels.com said the number of Americans looking for U.K. flights and accommodations June 24-26 rose 50% compared with a year earlier, and rival Kayak Software Corp. said it saw a similar rise. For the ...
State House, Senate leaders at odds over noncompete agreements
English signed a noncompete agreement with Priceline Group Inc. when it paid $1.8 billion in 2012 to acquire Kayak Software Corp., a travel-search company that English co-founded. English left Priceline on Dec. 31, 2013. His current travel-tech startup ...
When Dad Is CEO: A Day in the Life
“Work-life balance is working as little as you can to get the important stuff done and then taking all the other time and putting it against your family or your interests,” says Steve Hafner, the 47-year-old chief executive of Kayak Software Corp. Mr ...
Can The Priceline Group Inc. (NASDAQ:PCLN) Keep Up with Analyst Expectations?
The Priceline Group Inc. (NASDAQ:PCLN) reported an earnings surprise of 7.33% when the company last reported earnings for the period ending on 2016-03-31.
How 25 Male CEOs Manage Work and Life
Steve Hafner, Kayak Software Corp. Engaged with three school-aged children and one young child “Work-life balance is working as little as you can to get the important stuff done and then taking all the other time and putting it against your family or ...
July 2016 Table of Contents: The Experience Issue
When it comes to luxury, we're doing rather than just buying. That means taking one-of-a-kind vacations, flying to far-flung restaurants, and seeking out personalized in-store shopping.
Beloit billionaire pays zero on state returns
Judy Faulkner, founder and CEO at Epic Systems Corp., a Verona health care software company, came in third with an estimated net worth of $2.4 billion.
GoPro's Big Tech Problem: Smartphones
GoPro's challenge illustrates the problem independent hardware makers face when competing against do-it-all smartphones from companies such as Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Corp. Fitness trackers Fitbit Inc. and AliphCom Inc.'s Jawbone have lost ...
Harvard Paid Former Endowment Chief Mendillo $13.8 Million
Electronic parts maker Hosiden Corp., which Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. said may produce Pokemon Go Plus, sank 16 percent.