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Travel Sites Extend Agreement With Hyatt

Expedia.com and Hotels.com will continue to offer rooms at Hyatt hotels.

Expedia.com and Hotels.com said Thursday that they've extended their partnership with Hyatt Corp.

The travel sites, owned by IAC/InterActive Corp., signed an agreement ensuring that Hyatt will continue to make its properties available on their sites.

The extended agreement follows the launch three months ago of a direct Internet connection between Expedia and Hyatt's central reservation system that automates reservation confirmations and ensures pricing and inventory consistency. Hyatt has been partners with Expedia since 2001.

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