Orbitz also issued sales guidance on Tuesday that fell short of many analysts' views. The Chicago-based company forecast third-quarter revenue of $194 million to $200 million, while analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters most recently predicted $204 million. For the full year, the company expects revenue of $752 million to $762 million, missing Wall Street's consensus estimate of $778 million. Chief Executive Barney Harford said the current economic turbulence may actually benefit Orbitz. "We've got a good countercyclical component to our business model," the CEO said, adding, "When demand weakens, that's when hotels need us even more." Get the full story at MarketWatch