Expedia, Inc. is the largest online travel company, ahead of rivals Orbitz, Priceline, and Travelocity. Airline, hotel, and car reservations are made by customers online. Vacation packages and cruises are booked also. Expedia brands include Expedia.com, Hotels.com, Hotwire (a discount travel website), TripAdvisor (a travel search engine), eLong (a Chinese travel service), and Classic Vacations for luxury travel. Headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, U.S., Expedia has operations in Australia, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and China. Barry Diller, Executive Chairman, controls 58% of Expedia.  
Ad boycott against Air America Radio
Expedia refused to advertise on the progressive Air America Radio. In October 2006, around 90 companies, including Expedia, told ABC Radio Networks that they did not want their ads to play on radio stations that carried Air America Radio.   
|Key executives and 2006 pay: ||Options
|Barry Diller, Executive Chairman||$465,000||$173,850,000|
|Dara Khosrowshahi, Chief Executive Officer||N/A||N/A|
|Michael B. Adler, Chief Financial Officer||$580,000||N/A|
Selected members of the Board of Directors: 
- Victor A. Kaufman, Also Vice Chairman, InterActiveCorp
- Jonathan Dolgen, Also Principal, Wood River Ventures, LLC
- William R. Fitzgerald, Also Senior Vice President, Liberty Media Corporation
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