Expedia’s stock price rocketed nearly 14 percent in after-hours trading Thursday after it reported quarterly earnings that pleased investors. The Bellevue online travel company reported its revenue grew 39 percent to $1.9 billion, largely a result of the company’s expanding portfolio of acquisitions. Expedia bought rival Orbitz last year and snagged HomeAway, an Airbnb competitor, in December. Analysts expected Expedia to report revenue of $1.84 billion, according to Bloomberg data. Get the full story at The Seattle Times