Why Priceline Paid $2.6B for OpenTable

June 13 (Bloomberg) -- Priceline is buying OpenTable in a deal valued at $2.6 billion to add restaurant bookings to its travel business as the industry steps up investments in local listings and mobile services. Bloomberg Contributing Editor Paul Kedrosky, Cory Johnson and Jeffrey McCracken comment on Bloomberg Television's “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)
U.K.'s Cameron Insists He’s ‘Passionate’ About Winning
52:32 - U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron speaks at an event in London on business policies. The Conservative Party leader, facing criticism over his campaign for the May 7 election, took off his jacket and shouted himself hoarse as he insisted he’s passionate about staying prime minister. (Source: ITN)
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