EXPE - Expedia Group, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
112.14
-1.59 (-1.40%)
At close: 4:00PM EST
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Previous Close113.73
Open114.12
Bid111.50 x 2200
Ask112.14 x 1400
Day's Range111.75 - 114.28
52 Week Range93.53 - 144.00
Volume1,693,654
Avg. Volume3,446,798
Market Cap16.248B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.00
PE Ratio (TTM)33.57
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.36 (1.20%)
Ex-Dividend DateNov 17, 2019
1y Target EstN/A
  • What’s Behind Barry Diller’s Patient Approach to Expedia?
    Skift

    What’s Behind Barry Diller’s Patient Approach to Expedia?

    After Expedia Group Chairman and Senior Executive Barry Diller fired the travel giant's CEO and chief financial officer in early December, investors pushed the share price up by 6 percent. Continued share price gains since then reflect the hope that new management will boost the competitiveness of the online travel agency. Yet not everyone has […]

  • Tripadvisor Reorganization Brings Exec Departures and New Life for Viator
    Skift

    Tripadvisor Reorganization Brings Exec Departures and New Life for Viator

    Fresh off the news announcing 200 layoffs around the world, Tripadvisor informed employees on Thursday about a wide-ranging reorganization. The company will reverse its long-standing playbook and emphasize Viator as a separate tours and activities brand. In an employee letter obtained by Skift from a source close to the company, and sent after market close […]

  • Evaluating Expedia Group, Inc.’s (NASDAQ:EXPE) Investments In Its Business
    Simply Wall St.

    Evaluating Expedia Group, Inc.’s (NASDAQ:EXPE) Investments In Its Business

    Today we'll look at Expedia Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXPE) and reflect on its potential as an investment. Specifically...

  • Tripadvisor to Lay Off 200 Workers With Experiences Business in Line of Fire
    Skift

    Tripadvisor to Lay Off 200 Workers With Experiences Business in Line of Fire

    Tripadvisor will be laying off about 200 workers, and Skift has learned that its Experiences business could be one of the targets of the company's cost-cutting. Bloomberg first reported on Wednesday night the pending layoffs, saying that about 200 jobs would be eliminated, according to its sources. That would represent about 5 percent of Tripadvisor's […]

  • This is how far and fast the coronavirus has spread through U.S. stocks
    MarketWatch

    This is how far and fast the coronavirus has spread through U.S. stocks

    Fears of a potential coronavirus pandemic has weighed heavily on shares of companies in a wide variety of sectors, particularly those with revenue exposure to travel into and out of China.

  • Internet-Commerce Outlook: Weak Earnings Outlook & Rich Valuation
    Zacks

    Internet-Commerce Outlook: Weak Earnings Outlook & Rich Valuation

    Internet-Commerce Outlook: Weak Earnings Outlook & Rich Valuation

  • 10 travel hacks for 2020 — avoid these sudden price hikes and time your vacation so you can fly for free
    MarketWatch

    10 travel hacks for 2020 — avoid these sudden price hikes and time your vacation so you can fly for free

    From Tokyo to ‘transformational’ travel, here are some of the hottest tips for budget-conscious jet-setters for the New Year.

  • Some Thoughts on TripAdvisor
    GuruFocus.com

    Some Thoughts on TripAdvisor

    A look at the leading travel review site Continue reading...

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Alphabet, TripAdvisor, Expedia and Booking Holdings
    Zacks

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Alphabet, TripAdvisor, Expedia and Booking Holdings

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Alphabet, TripAdvisor, Expedia and Booking Holdings

  • GOOGL's Growing Travel Initiatives to Hurt TRIP, EXPE & BKNG
    Zacks

    GOOGL's Growing Travel Initiatives to Hurt TRIP, EXPE & BKNG

    Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google is aggressively trying to bolster presence in the online travel space, which does not bode well for companies like TripAdvisor, Expedia and Booking Holdings.

  • Google Looks to Cash in on Online Travel Demand, Ramps Up Site
    Zacks

    Google Looks to Cash in on Online Travel Demand, Ramps Up Site

    Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google is likely to gain competitive edge against tradition online travel agents on strengthening travel site initiatives.

  • Tour Injury Lawsuit Tests Whether TripAdvisor Is Liability-Free
    Skift

    Tour Injury Lawsuit Tests Whether TripAdvisor Is Liability-Free

    A New Jersey woman has sued TripAdvisor and its Viator brand over injuries she allegedly sustained on a camel ride tour in Morocco that she booked through Viator. The suit, filed earlier this week and first reported by the Boston Globe, raises questions about whether TripAdvisor can be held liable for damages related to activities […]

  • Bear of the Day: TripAdvisor (TRIP)
    Zacks

    Bear of the Day: TripAdvisor (TRIP)

    Bear of the Day: TripAdvisor (TRIP)

  • How Much Did Big Travel Companies Spend on TV Ads in 2019?
    Skift

    How Much Did Big Travel Companies Spend on TV Ads in 2019?

    There were few common threads in the way the hotel, airlines, and online travel sectors approached U.S. TV advertising in 2019, as their spending trends diverged widely. Among the three sectors, hotels was the only one to significantly hike U.S. national TV spend, according to estimates from television analytics firm iSpot.tv, while airlines cut their […]

  • Meet the new CEO: From Starbucks and Expedia, Blue Nile CEO is no stranger to e-commerce
    American City Business Journals

    Meet the new CEO: From Starbucks and Expedia, Blue Nile CEO is no stranger to e-commerce

    Sean Kell, named CEO of Blue Nile in August, will apply his experience of e-commerce, consumer marketing and expanding workforces and business platforms to the fine jewelry business.

  • How Does Expedia Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXPE) Fare As A Dividend Stock?
    Simply Wall St.

    How Does Expedia Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXPE) Fare As A Dividend Stock?

    Could Expedia Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXPE) be an attractive dividend share to own for the long haul? Investors are often...

  • U.S. Election Year Aside, Travel Advisor Execs Optimistic About 2020
    Skift

    U.S. Election Year Aside, Travel Advisor Execs Optimistic About 2020

    There’s an old adage — and some data to support it — that U.S. presidential election years put a damper on leisure travel sales. With 2020 promising to be an especially bumpy ride through political division and uncertainty, could that hold true for the year ahead? To get some perspective, Skift spoke to a variety […]

  • Is Tripadvisor (TRIP) Doomed to Witness a Terrible 2020 Too?
    Zacks

    Is Tripadvisor (TRIP) Doomed to Witness a Terrible 2020 Too?

    TripAdvisor (TRIP) is likely to perform sluggishly in 2020 thanks to rising competitive pressure and ongoing challenges in Hotels, Media & Platform segment.

  • The Most Important Story in Online Travel in 2019
    Skift

    The Most Important Story in Online Travel in 2019

    The story of the year wasn’t about a jaw-dropping event such as CEOs getting forced out, like what happened to Gillian Tans of Booking.com and Mark Okerstrom of Expedia Group. Nor was the story about a game-changing acquisition, of which there were few of epic proportions in the last 12 months in online travel. Instead, […]

  • Expedia Inc (EXPE) vs. Hedge Fund Favorites in 2019
    Insider Monkey

    Expedia Inc (EXPE) vs. Hedge Fund Favorites in 2019

    We are still in an overall bull market and many stocks that smart money investors were piling into surged in 2019. Among them, Facebook and Microsoft ranked among the top 3 picks and these stocks gained 57% each. Hedge funds' top 3 stock picks returned 44.6% this year and beat the S&P 500 ETFs by […]

  • Expedia’s Payout to Its Ousted CEO Could Be Nearly $12 Million
    Skift

    Expedia’s Payout to Its Ousted CEO Could Be Nearly $12 Million

    Mark Okerstrom, the Expedia Group CEO who was forced out by the board in early December, is leaving with an exit package potentially worth around $11.8 million at the date of his resignation, December 4, according to a Skift Research estimate. That includes $1.75 million in cash, $5.73 million in restricted stock units, and nearly […]

  • Uber’s Travis Kalanick to Leave Board to Focus on New Business
    Bloomberg

    Uber’s Travis Kalanick to Leave Board to Focus on New Business

    (Bloomberg) -- Uber Technologies Inc.’s former Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick is stepping down from the board, severing his last ties to the company he co-founded a decade ago and helped become one of the world’s most valuable, and controversial, startups.Kalanick, 43, has sold all of his remaining shares in the ride-hailing giant and plans to focus on his new business and philanthropic endeavors.Along with co-founder Garrett Camp, Kalanick started Uber in 2009, building the company up from an experimental black car service in San Francisco to a global transportation and logistics company, offering food delivery, freight shipping, helicopter rides and ushering in a new era of work. But he was ousted as CEO in June 2017 following months of chaos and controversy. Detractors pointed to his aggressive and sometimes reckless management style as breeding a toxic workplace hostile to women and overseeing morally questionable company programs including some that intentionally deceived regulators and law enforcement agencies and spied on riders.“Uber has been a part of my life for the past 10 years,” Kalanick said in a statement Tuesday. “At the close of the decade, and with the company now public, it seems like the right moment for me to focus on my current business and philanthropic pursuits.”For the past year, Kalanick has been building a new startup: CloudKitchens. The real estate company offers fully outfitted kitchens to restaurants that need more space to fulfill orders from take-out food services like DoorDash and UberEats. Along with using his own funds, Kalanick also raised $400 million from Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund.Following Kalanick’s departure as CEO, the board replaced him with Dara Khosrowshahi, a former executive of Expedia Inc., who has worked to rebuild the company’s reputation and promise to investors. Since its initial public offering in May – one of the worst IPOs this year -- Uber shares have cratered by more than 30%. They were up 1% at 12:04 p.m. in New York.With Kalanick fully separated from Uber now, Wedbush Securities analysts said it could help the stock, since his continued presence on the board was a “distraction.”“With ripping the band-aid off and Travis leaving stage left on the board, we believe now it’s about Dara & Co. taking Uber in the right direction for 2020 and beyond after a rough road so far,” wrote Wedbush analysts Ygal Arounian and Dan Ives, adding that the massive sell-off of shares following the Nov. 6 lockup expiry has also hurt the stock price.Kalanick has been steadily unloading his Uber shares in the past few weeks. He sold the remaining 5.8 million shares before resigning from the board Monday night, a spokeswoman said, for a grand haul of almost $3 billion, according to calculations by Bloomberg. Before the lockup expired, Kalanick held a 6% stake in Uber, which made him the firm’s largest individual shareholder. Softbank Group Corp. and Benchmark Capital are the company’s two largest institutional shareholders.Such a selldown is unusual among prominent tech tycoons. Facebook Inc.’s Mark Zuckerberg and Amazon.com Inc.’s Jeff Bezos still own sizeable stakes in their companies. Still, neither of them were ousted by a boardroom coup. And Kalanick’s sales mean he has plenty of financial firepower for his other projects. He created a fund called 10100 in March 2018, saying in a tweet it would focus on his “passions, investments, ideas and big bets.” The fund will handle Kalanick’s for-profit investments and philanthropy and plans to invest in real estate, e-commerce and emerging innovation in China and India, according to its website.“Very few entrepreneurs have built something as profound as Travis Kalanick did with Uber,” Khosrowshahi said. “I’m enormously grateful for Travis’s vision and tenacity while building Uber, and for his expertise as a board member. Everyone at Uber wishes him all the best.”Kalanick’s departure from Uber’s board will be effective Dec. 31, according to a statement Tuesday. Uber’s 12-person board has steadily shrunk since the company went public in May and now will have four openings.(Updates with analyst comment in eighth paragraph.)\--With assistance from Tom Metcalf and Sophie Alexander.To contact the reporter on this story: Lizette Chapman in San Francisco at lchapman19@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jillian Ward at jward56@bloomberg.net, Robin Ajello, Molly SchuetzFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Boeing, Nike, and McDonald's: Why CEO turnover spiked in 2019
    Yahoo Finance

    Boeing, Nike, and McDonald's: Why CEO turnover spiked in 2019

    The year 2019 could be called the year of the CEO exodus.

  • MarketWatch

    IAC/InterActive's balance sheet is poised for a boost after Match split, analysts say

    Wedbush analysts expect IAC/InteractiveCorp. to "significantly improve" its balance sheet now that it has eliminated its debt after the spin off of Match Group Inc. The company's announced the separation last Thursday. Now analysts think IAC can build an M&A "war chest" of $8 billion to $9 billion, including $4 billion in debt and $1.7 billion in cash. IAC, which already announced a $500 million acquisition of Care.com, has a history of acquiring and then successfully spinning off companies including Expedia Group Inc. and Ticketmaster. Wedbush initiated IAC at outperform with a $295 price target and it initiated Match at neutral with an $80 price target. "Match has seen material growth in recent years, particularly at Tinder, but may start facing domestic market saturation, increased competition, and a legal battle with the increasingly emboldened FTC," analysts wrote. IAC stock is up 47.8% for the last year. Match shares have rallied 105%. And the S&P 500 index is up 33.3% for the period.