Hotel revenue was down 3%, making up about three-quarters of the company's overall business. However, pretax operating income from the hotel segment plunged by nearly half, just barely representing a majority of the money that TripAdvisor brought in during the quarter. The nonhotel sector still shined for TripAdvisor, helping to cushion the blow to some extent. Revenue for the segment was up by more than 25%, and pretax operating earnings almost tripled from year-earlier levels. The company cited extremely strong growth in the attractions and restaurants areas. Get the full story at Madison.com and TripAdvisor (PDF 250 KB) Read also "TripAdvisor CEO Was Coy About Pullback in Meta Advertising Business" at Skift