Under Clarke's leadership, the onetime photography powerhouse will focus on business-to-business imaging services.
The travel site was fined $60,000 for tucking advertising charges into fine print. This is the second time in the past two years that Orbitz has been called out for "deceptive" practices and trying to dupe consumers.
The travel site says Mac users will pay $20 to $30 a night more on hotels than PC users.
Consumers hold "Web loyalty" companies responsible for mysterious charges on their credit card statements, but prominent e-tailers are still doing business with them.
Orbitz just cratered.
The two travel sites have followed Expedia and Priceline in dropping fees and trying to entice people to fly during a down economy.
Company is demonstrating you don't have to be a vendor to write great open-source code. It makes good business sense whether you're buying or selling software.
With a new feature called "Look Ahead," the 3-year-old app gives the more cautious traveler confidence to book on a whim.
Low Latency flies first class with Orbitz and its Mac users policy.