Priceline’s three other acquisitions announced in the past 12 months are Rocket Travel Inc. for a proposed $20 million, and PriceMatch and Buuteeq Inc. for undisclosed amounts. Kayak was bought for about $1.7 billion in 2013. “In the Internet, if you stop you die,” Huston said. “You have to keep planning a higher gear every day, every week, every month. The acquisitions we do are always premium brands that we want as part of the group.” Priceline is also looking to grow its business in Africa, where it has about 14,000 properties including hotels and guest houses on its books. The company has offices in seven cities on the continent from the Egyptian capital, Cairo, to Cape Town. Get the full story at BloombergBusiness