TripAdvisor, Inc. owns and operates a portfolio of online travel brands. The company operates its business through two segments: Hotel and Other. The Hotel segment includes revenue generated from services related to hotels, including click-based and display-based advertising revenue from making hotel room nights, airline reservations, and cruise reservations available for price comparison and booking, as well as subscription-based products such as Business Listings, transaction-based products such as Jetsetter and Tingo, and other revenue related to hotels. The Other segment consists of the aggregation of three operating segments, which include its attractions, restaurants and vacation Rentals businesses. TripAdvisor was founded by Langley Steinert & Stephen Kaufer in July 2011 and is headquartered in Needham, MA.
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Friday, August 09, 2013
Over the last month more than 825 companies in Skaffold Global have updated to reflect their latest interim or full year financial results. Of those 825 stocks, 344 have seen their Skaffold Scores change.
Microsoft (MSFT) and biopharmaceutical manufacturer Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY) have joined the US A1 club, alongside Boeing Company (BA), Mastercard (MA) and Eli Lilly (LLY). In Europe Hugo Boss (BOSS) fell from A1 to A2 whilst London-listed gambling company William Hill jumped from B2 (2011 full year to A1.
Friday, November 16, 2012
This week we sat down and had a chat with Roger Montgomery and Russell Muldoon, two of Skaffold’s founders. We asked them: How do you use Skaffold to find stocks that no one else is talking about, yet? The ‘dynamic duo’ shared their insights into Credit Corp (CCP), The Reject Shop (TRS), Cochlear (COH) and Breville Group (BRG). Roger Montgomery also gave us a sneak peek of the soon to be released Skaffold Global. He said “The scope of opportunity is exponentially larger with Skaffold’s inclusion of Global stocks”.
Thursday, November 01, 2012
Unlike railroads, airlines or any other businesses that generate income from physical assets, online businesses have minimal need to invest in expensive plant and equipment. There is no need for warehouses or manufacturing plants. Inventory is not required and, while servers cost money and websites require maintenance, those costs are nothing compared with maintaining a toll road or servicing a nation’s communications network. The very best online businesses also create what is known as the network effect.