That should mean its cash flow will surge in the next couple of years, according to an article in last week’s Barron’s Magazine. Barron’s thinks the online travel agent’s stock could jump 25% in a year. Expedia has been buying competitors like Orbitz and HomeAway in recent years, but CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is now looking to “focus on organic growth,” according to the story. Free cash flow -- the cash generated by the company after expenses -- could more than double by 2020, analysts predict. Expedia is also benefiting from the trend of people booking rooms on their smartphones, often using the Expedia app. When customers book directly like that, Expedia doesn’t have to pay to advertise the hotel rooms in its inventory on third-party sites like TripAdvisor or Google. Get the full story at Barron's