Liberty Ventures, through its subsidiaries, engages in the e-commerce business. Subsidiaries Bodybuilding.com, LLC (Bodybuilding) Bodybuilding is one of the largest e-retailers of nutritional and dietary supplements. It also hosts an online health and fitness publication, offering free daily fitness content, workouts, video based training plans, recipes, health advice and motivational stories. The online e-retail model combines detailed product information and real-time user reviews on approximately 15,000 health and fitness supplements and accessories to help the consumer achieve their health, fitness and appearance goals. Beyond the e-retail model, Bodybuilding.com is a site that provides the technology and the tools needed for personal training, nutrition, supplement expertise and support groups. Bodybuilding’s customers include gym-goers, recreational athletes, bodybuilders and any individual seeking to improve their level of health and fitness. Bodybuilding has approximately 30,000 pages of editorial content; approximately 10,000 videos; 16,000 pages of store content; and approximately 6.5 million forum threads, comprising 125 million forum posts. Its community includes approximately 30 million monthly visitors and 11 million BodySpace members. BodySpace is an inclusive social networking site within Bodybuilding.com that allows people of varying health and fitness levels to discuss goal setting, techniques, supplementation and achievements. Bodybuilding's business is slightly seasonal; the first quarter of the year (year ended December 2015) is its busiest, as people start to implement their New Year's resolutions toward achieving health and fitness. CommerceHub CommerceHub, an approximately 99% owned subsidiary, provides a cloud-based e-commerce fulfillment and marketing software platform of integrated supply, demand and delivery solutions for large retailers, online marketplaces and digital marketing channels, as well as consumer brands, manufacturers, distributors and other market participants. CommerceHub’s software platform acts as a hub that allows trading partners - its customers - to conduct omni-channel commercial relationships in consumer and business-to-business e-commerce markets. Approximately 9,500 trading partners have access to CommerceHub’s platform daily to exchange critical information with each other, including orders, invoices, product information and other electronic documents. Collectively, CommerceHub’s trading partner customers constitute a network of the largest retailers, marketplaces and brands in North America, as well as many others that use the CommerceHub platform to interact with one another to manage and orchestrate supply-chain strategies across various trading partners and physical distribution centers. Evite, Inc. (Evite) With approximately 25 million registered users, Evite (www.evite.com), a wholly owned subsidiary, is an online invitation and social event planning service on the Web. Evite has sent approximately 2 billion event invitations in its history, enabling 3 billion face-to-face connections. In addition to invitations, Evite offers creative party ideas, planning checklists and other tools. Expedia, Inc. (Expedia) Expedia is an online travel company, empowering business and leisure travelers with the tools and information they need to research, plan, book and experience travel. Expedia intends to improve its business through a portfolio of travel brands, including its majority owned subsidiaries that feature the supply portfolio - including approximately 271,000 hotels in 200 countries, 400 airlines, packages, rental cars, cruises, and destination services and activities. Travel suppliers distribute and market products through its traditional desktop offerings, as well as through alternative distribution channels, including mobile and social media, its private label business and its call centers to reach its extensive, global audience. Expedia operates a brand portfolio with global reach, targeting a range of travelers, travel suppliers and advertisers. The Expedia brand spans the swath of customers with travel options across a value spectrum, while the Hotels.com brand focuses specifically on a hotel only product offering. Expedia makes travel products and services available both on a stand-alone and package basis, primarily through two business models, such as the merchant model and the agency model. Under both models, Expedia facilitates the booking of hotel rooms, airline seats, car rentals and destination services from its travel suppliers. Under the merchant model, Expedia is the merchant of record. Under the agency model, the travel supplier is the merchant of record. Expedia makes travel products and services available from various hotel companies, large and small commercial airlines, car rental companies, cruise lines and destination service providers. The company owns an approximate 15.7% equity interest and 52.3% voting interest in Expedia.
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