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  • American City Business Journals2 days ago

    HomeAway CEO steps down after building iconic Austin company

    Brian Sharples is stepping down as CEO of HomeAway Inc. after helping to start the Austin-based vacation rental company in 2005 and leading it through an initial public offering and, most recently, its acquisition by Expedia Inc. Sharples will shift over to the chairman's role through January 2017 while John Kim, a longtime executive for Seattle-based Expedia, will take over HomeAway as president, according to a regulatory filing . “While it’s never easy to hand over the reins of something you built, I believe now is the right time to empower the next generation of leadership as we continue the hard work of transitioning to an online transaction model,” Sharples said in a statement.

  • Market Realist2 months ago

    Breaking Down Expedia’s 2Q16 Revenues

    Expedia's 2Q16 revenues grew by 32% YoY (year-over-year) to $2.2 billion.

  • American City Business Journals3 months ago

    Hawaii governor to veto Airbnb tax broker bill

    Hawaii Gov. David Ige said Monday he intends to veto a bill that would allow Airbnb, HomeAway, VRBO and other alternative accommodations companies to act as tax brokers on behalf of the state. The Legislature passed House Bill 1850 during the last week of the session in May. It is one of nine bills Ige said he intended to veto on Monday, which was the deadline to notify the Legislature. “We believe there could be unintended consequences of this proposed measure,” Ige said in a statement.