Revenues grew 10% year over year, and also included sales from the now spun-off Trivago travel site. Gross bookings grew 13% year over year, and the company notably crossed the 1 million mark of properties available through their service.

In the fourth quarter, revenue from HomeAway rose 20 percent, the slowest rate of the year. In 2015, Expedia spent $3.9 billion buying HomeAway to compete with rival Airbnb.

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