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Why Thomas Cook collapsed

Thomas Cook has gone bust, leaving stakeholders, politicians and managers all blaming each other.
26 Sep 2019
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What to do if Thomas Cook has left you stranded

The Thomas Cook collapse has sparked the largest repatriation of British citizens since World War II. Here’s what you need to know.
26 Sep 2019
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What investors can learn from Thomas Cook's collapse

Bad decisions and bad debt have led to the collapse of 178-year-old travel company Thomas Cook. John Stepek looks at what investors can learn from its…
24 Sep 2019
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Thomas Cook’s holiday nightmare

High debt, fierce competition and one-off factors have pushed tour operator Thomas Cook to the brink of bankruptcy.
18 Jul 2019
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14 Jun 2019
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Will Fosun rescue Thomas Cook?

China’s Fosun International is considering bidding for beleaguered British travel company Thomas Cook’s tour operating division.
13 Jun 2019
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Thomas Cook loses its 'moral compass'

Tour operator Thomas Cook triggered outrage with its response to the deaths of two children on one of its holidays in 2006.
21 May 2015
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Tips update: Thomas Cook

Harriet Green's departure from Thomas Cook has rattled investors in the travel operator. But should it have, asks Phil Oakley.
8 Dec 2014

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Shares in focus: Should you take a trip with Thomas Cook?

Package-holiday provider Thomas Cook has done a good job of turning itself around. So, is it time to get back on board? Phil Oakley investigates.
6 Oct 2014