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The company is older than many of its peers, but it's trying to stay out in front of technological advancements in the space.
Booking Holdings (BKNG) closed at $2,647.46 in the latest trading session, marking a +0.12% move from the prior day.
While at first glance Pinterest (NYSE: PINS) may not look like an advertising machine, ad revenue is the backbone behind this image-centric social platform. Users can scroll Pinterest for inspiration about everything from home decor to travel to life quotes. Increasingly, Pinterest isn't just a place for people to find inspiration related to their latest interests.
Even if these companies don't split their shares this year, each one has generated blistering returns thus far in 2023 -- and there could be more to come.
Booking Holdings' (BKNG) Priceline gears up to introduce a travel assistant chatbot backed by Google Cloud's generative AI technology.
Based on the average brokerage recommendation (ABR), Booking Holdings (BKNG) should be added to one's portfolio. Wall Street analysts' overly optimistic recommendations cast doubt on the effectiveness of this highly sought-after metric. So, is the stock worth buying?
Travel and travel booking stocks hope this year's summer travel demand can return them to their pre-pandemic growth outlooks. Scott Devitt, Wedbush Securities Managing Director of Equity Research, joins Yahoo Finance Live to break down the state of the travel industry while examining the forecast for ride-share stocks.
Leading online travel agency, Priceline, and Google Cloud today announced that Priceline plans to deploy Google Cloud's generative AI technologies across both customer-facing and internal parts of its business. Customers will soon be able to engage with a new, generative AI-powered chatbot and will also begin to see more personalized offerings when searching for hotels worldwide. In addition, Priceline employees will benefit from increased and easier access to internal information, and realize p
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. There are many ways to define and identify a cheap stock, and every definition can serve a specific purpose. Google parent Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) is a massive technology leader with a primary focus on online search and advertising.
The summer travel season is here and despite price hikes (*flight prices are +35% year over year, according to KAYAK search data) and economic headwinds, people are continuing to prioritize travel with searches on KAYAK + 20% vs. last year. To help travelers continue to navigate some of the sticker shock, KAYAK, the world's leading travel search engine, is launching a new "Best Time to Travel tool" as THE place to start your trip planning, uncovering optimal times of the year to fly and when to
With a mission to make it easier for everyone to experience the world, regardless of who they love or how they identify, Booking.com's LGBTQ+ travel research spotlights the steady progress, and the recent setbacks, for these communities when it comes to travel. For example:
Priceline CEO Brett Keller joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss rental car rates, airfares, and hotel prices as the busy summer travel season kicks off during Memorial Day weekend.
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There's lots to like about making an investment in travel for the long haul, which means it pays to be well acquainted with Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB) and Booking Holdings (NASDAQ: BKNG) -- two top online travel marketplaces. Airbnb dethroned in the growth department? Airbnb's meteoric rise has been impressive.
In celebration of Disney's The Little Mermaid, in theaters May 26, Booking.com and Disney have teamed up to kick off the summer travel season with a campaign that's sure to make a splash! Booking.com, along with spokesperson Melissa McCarthy - who plays the iconic Ursula - is offering The Little Mermaid travel inspiration to help you discover your next adventurous getaway. The global campaign will run in the U.S., U.K, France, Germany and Australia, and highlights the amazing travel experiences
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MercadoLibre (MELI) is at a 52-week high, but can investors hope for more gains in the future? We take a look at the company's fundamentals for clues.
We have narrowed our search to five U.S. corporate giants. These are: META, BKNG, CMG, MCD, NOW.
ASML (NASDAQ: ASML) might not be familiar to you, but it's a major player in the semiconductor arena, with a recent market value above $250 billion. The stock was recently down some 23% from its high in 2021, in part because the cyclical semiconductor industry is on a downswing. It might take a while for the industry to heat up again, but ASML appears attractively priced at recent levels, and it's likely to be a solid performer for long-term investors.
Stock splits were all the rage on Wall Street last year, with companies like Alphabet, Amazon, and Shopify participating in the frenzy. As the stock market cooled off in the latter half of 2023, stock splits became quieter. Booking Holdings (NASDAQ: BKNG), the world's largest online travel agency, is one company that could benefit from a stock split, as it trades for roughly $2,650 per share.
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According to the average brokerage recommendation (ABR), one should invest in Booking Holdings (BKNG). It is debatable whether this highly sought-after metric is effective because Wall Street analysts' recommendations tend to be overly optimistic. Would it be worth investing in the stock?
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Priceline, the original innovator in online travel, is kicking off its 25th birthday celebration with 25 days of travel deals. Priceline will unlock dozens of exciting, exclusive trips beginning today through June 9th.
In this podcast, Motley Fool Chief Investment Officer Andy Cross and senior analyst Ron Gross discuss: The Fed's latest rate hike, April's jobs report, and the latest banking drama. Apple's surprising quarterly results and $90 billion share buyback plan.