Kayak is a search engine for travel arrangement that helps people find and compare airline, hotel, and car rental options from the myriad travel sites available.
It was started in 2004 by co-founders of popular travel sites Expedia, Travelocity and Orbitz.
Kayak has had plans to go public for a while, and it finally moved forward with its IPO this week. The company announced it will offer around 4 million shares priced between $22 and $25 on the NASDAQ under the symbol KYAK.
We decided to get out on the street and see what normal people really know about Kayak:
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