Priceline officially changed its name to "Booking Holdings" on Tuesday as it reported Q4 results. Overall, Booking Holdings reported a strong Q4. CEO Glenn Fogel joins Cheddar to break down the name change and earnings news.
Q4 revenue came in at $2.8 billion, ahead of estimates, and 19% higher than last year. After earnings were reported, shares rose about 6%.
Fogel says that travel is what drives the business and that is still strong. When asked about compeition, Fogel is confident in Booking Holdings position in the market. Fogel says the great thing about booking.com, is that it is instantly confirmable. Fogel also touts that there is no booking travel fee with their businesses.