|Bid||0.00 x 3100|
|Ask||29.78 x 800|
|Day's Range||28.80 - 29.17|
|52 Week Range||27.66 - 63.21|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.30|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||34.41|
|Earnings Date||Feb 10, 2020 - Feb 14, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||36.17|
Apple, the stock with the largest market capitalization within the S&P 500, is a better bet than the stock with the smallest, TripAdvisor. With a market cap of over $1 trillion, Apple (AAPL) has more than 320 times the portfolio weighting in the S&P 500 index (SPX) than TripAdvisor (TRIP) whose market cap is $113 million. Wouldn’t the S&P 500 index be improved if it gave equal weight to all 500 stocks?
CEO Mark Okerstrom and Chief Financial Officer Alan Pickerill had been trying to better connect those brands and their technology, but the strategy had not led to immediate gains. The stock fell hard after third-quarter earnings disappointed investors, and it is down 19% since Barron’s recommended the shares (“Why Expedia Is a Stock Worth Booking,” July 12, 2019). Diller clearly got tired of waiting for progress, noting in a statement announcing the resignations that “the board made this change to (EXPE)’s leadership because we disagreed on strategy with the departing senior executives.” (EXPE) did not make Diller available for an interview.
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Needham-based TripAdvisor Inc. has made its second acquisition this week in an effort to bolster the company's restaurant business unit.
TripAdvisor, Inc. (Nasdaq: TRIP), the world's largest travel platform*, today announced the acquisition of leading menu management company SinglePlatform from Endurance International Group to help the more than five million restaurants listed on TripAdvisor attract more diners and offer a better guest experience.
We are still in an overall bull market and many stocks that smart money investors were piling into surged through the end of November. Among them, Facebook and Microsoft ranked among the top 3 picks and these stocks gained 54% and 51% respectively. Hedge funds' top 3 stock picks returned 41.7% this year and beat […]
Unfortunately for some shareholders, the TripAdvisor (NASDAQ:TRIP) share price has dived 32% in the last thirty days...
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The Michelin Guide has joined forces with TripAdvisor and TheFork to offer diners a complementary way to find their ideal dining experience, as well as improved access to a wider choice of high-quality restaurants around the world.
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High-stake online travel agency competition used to merely revolve around how many tens of thousands of hotels, or homes and apartments each company added to its ranks during the previous quarter, and those milestones are still very much in play. But lately a new and somewhat more esoteric flashpoint has emerged, namely the connected trip. […]
New TripAdvisor Media Manager helps small and midsize businesses reach massive global audience NEEDHAM, Mass. , Nov. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- TripAdvisor ® , the world's largest travel platform, today ...
For at least the past three months, U.S.-based Kayak and OpenTable have branded themselves atop their homepages as being "Part of Booking.com," all three of which are sister companies within parent Booking Holdings. There's apparently a marketing motive behind the new cozy branding. The parent company, Booking Holdings, wants to parlay the U.S. brand recognition […]
(Bloomberg) -- A pizza restaurant in England was flooded by satirical reviews on TripAdvisor Inc. in the wake of Prince Andrew’s rare television interview on Saturday night.The popularity of the PizzaExpress Ltd. eatery in a commuter town southwest of London boomed immediately after Queen Elizabeth II’s second son denied sleeping with Virginia Roberts, one of the alleged teenage sex slaves of pedophile financier Jeffery Epstein.In an extraordinary interview with the BBC, the prince said he remembered taking his daughter Princess Beatrice to the pizza restaurant in Surrey on the night he was alleged to have had sex with Roberts in London. When pressed why he recalled this date so clearly, he replied, “because going to PizzaExpress in Woking is an unusual thing for me to do, a very unusual thing for me to do.”Reviewers relished the chance to spice up their faux experiences at the pizza chain. “Came here nearly 20 years ago, I’ve dined with presidents and kings since, but nothing sticks in my mind like that night,” wrote one TripAdvisor user. “A selectively memorable evening,” another fake reviewer penned on the restaurant’s page.“Never I had such a non sweaty experience and unforgettable memory of a dining experience,” a third user wrote, referring to Roberts’s comments of Prince Andrew as being “sweaty” in a nightclub before their alleged intimacy. The prince had told the BBC interviewer that he knew the liaison didn’t happen because at the time he had a medical condition that prevented perspiration.READ MORE: Prince Andrew Bombs in BBC Interview, Raising More Questions (1)Britain’s notorious tabloid newspapers took a dig at the sweaty defense. The Sun on Sunday’s headline was “No Sweat.. I Was at Pizza Express,” while the rival Sunday Mirror’s riposte was “No Sweat.. and No Regret.”TripAdvisor wiped more than 50 reviews from the eatery’s page around noon on Sunday and temporarily suspended new submissions for the Woking branch.“The recent media attention caused a spike of spoof review submissions that did not meet our guidelines -- which must describe a first-hand experience, and have taken the decision to temporarily suspend hosting new reviews on the restaurant’s TripAdvisor listing page,” a spokeswoman for the travel website said in an email statement.However some enterprising satirists subsequently got around the ban by posting a phony report about a restaurant near the royal residence of Windsor Castle that offered “Pizza fit for a Prince!”The debt-laden pizza chain, which China’s Hony Capital acquired in a 900 million-pound ($1.2 billion) leveraged buyout five years ago, knew within minutes of Saturday’s interview -- widely seen as a PR disaster -- that a barrage of publicity was coming its way. The company’s social media team wrote on Twitter that “9:00 pm - Switch off computer 10:00 pm - 120 messages on work WhatsApp group telling you to check Twitter now.”Prince Andrew’s interview has the potential to become the royal family’s biggest PR disaster since its bungled handling of events following the death of Princess Diana in 1997. RoyalCentral.co.uk Editor-in-Chief Charlie Proctor described it as an order of magnitude worse than a “train wreck,” instead considering it as “nuclear explosion level bad.”To contact the reporter on this story: Antonio Vanuzzo in London at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Andrew Davis at email@example.com, Pete Norman, Sara MarleyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
NEEDHAM, Mass. , Nov. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- TripAdvisor, Inc. (NASDAQ: TRIP), the world's largest travel site*, today announced that its President and Chief Executive Officer Steve Kaufer will participate ...
Airbnb is moving ahead with plans to verify all of its home listings, adding its experiences offering to that pledge, the company said Friday. Still, it is grappling with how to carry this out on such a massive scale. What's more, in a recent Recode Decode podcast, CEO Brian Chesky said Airbnb plans to let […]
Expedia Group's vacation rental business Vrbo plans to reposition itself as a family travel site that would offer vacation rentals, resorts, and other features facilitating family vacations. The unit's new general manager Jeff Hurst told Skift Thursday that the move has been in the works behind the scenes for some time. Hurst, who was interviewed […]
As promised a few months ago, Expedia Group began this week to send hotel listings lower in the sort order on its Expedia.com and Hotels.com pages when properties add resort fees to base room rates. Speaking at a lodging breakout session on stage at the Expedia Explore '19 conference in Las Vegas Wednesday, Cyril Ranque, […]
John Kim, who took over the reins of Expedia Group's now-struggling vacation rental unit Vrbo in 2016, has been replaced in that leadership role by Jeff Hurst. In another move in Expedia Group's ongoing reorganization, which has been under way for months, Cyril Ranque, previously president of Lodging Partner Services, became president of the company's […]