The travel giant has partnered with HomeAway, an Airbnb competitor, since 2013. But Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says that collaboration is not yet “materially increasing our revenue per shopper.” The company said earlier this year that more that more than 150,000 HomeAway properties are listed on Expedia’s sites. That means instead of facilitating bookings with major hotel chains like the company has done for over a decade, Expedia is connecting shoppers with ordinary property owners looking to make some extra cash with a vacation rental. HomeAwayExpedia is in the process of expanding that partnership into Europe, but only as it continues to “test and learn” — as opposed to a major push into the sharing economy. Get the full story at GeekWire