In 2016, Expedia expects adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization to improve 35% to 45% with Orbitz and HomeAway adding a combined $275 million to $325 to adjusted Ebitda. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters had projected a 43% improvement. Revenue, on a room-a-night basis, is expected to continue to decline this year from the year-ago period, largely because of currency fluctuations, Expedia said. Over all, Expedia reported a loss of $12.5 million, compared with a year-earlier profit of about $66 million. Get the full story at Reuters and Expedia Read also "Expedia Sees Currency As Less Of An Issue In 2016" at Investor Business Daily and "Expedia CFO: Airbnb not a threat at all" at MarketWatch