Expedia is a traveller’s dream – dozens of web sites and subsidiaries offering travel, accommodation, car hire and more.
Enterprise software provider TechnologyOne has become one of the few tech companies that are part of the S&P/ASX 200 index.
Australia's consumer watchdog the ACCC says it has concerns that Expedia's planned takeover of travel company Wotif.com could hinder competition in the market. It may block the deal
Giant US online travel site Expedia has offered $703 million to buy Australian rival Wotif. The management and major shareholders have recommended the deal go through.
The Guardian newspaper is planning to launch a new digital edition in Australia, with backing from Steve Wood, wotif founder and chair of news web site The Global Mail, Paul Chadwick, the outgoing director of editorial policies at the ABC, as a non-executive director and "a new team of Australian journalists".
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