After the market closed on Wednesday, Kayak Software (KYAK) reported Q2 2012 earnings that slightly beat estimated results. Importantly this was the first earnings report since going public back on July 20. See article here.
The company proclaims itself as the best place to plan and book travel. The basic focus of the company is to enable people to easily research and compare accurate and relevant information from hundreds of other travel websites in one comprehensive, fast and intuitive display.
While revenue easily beat estimates, the adjusted earnings came in at $0.25 versus the $0.24 analyst estimate. The company only provided the GAAP earnings of $0.19 possibly providing for the stock sliding after hours.
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