Travel comparison site Trivago emerged with strong 2016 numbers as Expedia reported its final quarter and full-year 2016 results.
The Germany-based service, which completed its IPO in December, finished the quarter 65% up on the same period in 2015. Trivago had reported a revenue increase of 57% in Q3.
The metasearch company, which Expedia originally bought a 61.6% stake in, in late 2012, will hold its own earnings call later this month.
Overall, Expedia reported full-year revenue of USD 8.8 billion, a 32% increase year-on-year. EBITDA was up 39% to USD 1.6 billion and room nights increased 21% to USD 246 million.
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