When it comes to the technology sector, companies are increasingly either "have" or "have nots," a top analyst said.
RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark Mahaney shares his top tech picks, as well as tech stocks he's cautious of.
HomeAway's Jeff Hurst talks to CNBC about how the firm is building awareness and introducing people in Asia to the concept of vacation homes.
Recent attacks in Germany and France are forcing some businesses to consider whether there will be a long-term economic hit from the upsurge in terrorism.
Investors are watching for signs that headwinds that hit Expedia earnings will impact TripAdvisor and Priceline results this week.
Expedia shares dropped nearly 3 percent Friday after the company missed revenue estimates for the second quarter.
The "FMHR" panel discuss 4 trades on 4 stocks making news today including United Parcel Service, Cigna and more.
Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi discusses earnings, Orbitz, shifts in travel patterns and the impact of terror on the travel industry.
Jim Cramer explains why he is keeping an eye on Expedia as the stock moves lower.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Earnings are out for Expedia, and CNBC's Seema Mody reports the details.
Earnings expectations have started to trend downward for companies with high exposure to Europe.
Google has been knocked around by Europe for anti-competitive practices, and now U.S. regulators are getting more vocal.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves early Friday.
But if the S&P 500 were to post a record close this afternoon, it would be the first time that's happened in each day of a trading week since March 1998.
Jim Cramer says stocks are in a "weird nirvana." Is your portfolio ready to embrace this strange new occurrence?
Non-techies laughed at Bitcoin as a gimmick, but after the Brexit vote and plunge in the pound, the cryptocurrency is making sense.
Airbnb has secured a $1 billion debt facility from some big U.S. banks to aid its new services and finance its expansion plans.
The US start-up valued at $25.5 billion that's rapidly becoming much less of a US company.
The San Francisco-based home-sharing giant is now active in 34,000 cities in 191 countries and has over 1 million listings on its platform.