Thomas Cook Group plc (TCG.L)

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Thomas Cook Group plc is a United Kingdom-based leisure travel company. The Company operates in 14 source markets across Europe through its various brands, including Thomas Cook, Neckermann, Condor, JetTours, Ving, Spies and Tjareborg. The Company operates its business through four business segments: United Kingdom and Ireland,... (more)

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Beta: 2.58
Market Cap(Mil.): £2,096.44
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,535.85
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UPDATE 1-UK's Thomas Cook forms joint venture in China with Fosun

LONDON, June 15 - Britain's Thomas Cook, the world's oldest tour operator brand, has joined forces with Fosun International in China to tap into the booming travel market there.

15 Jun 2015

BRIEF-Thomas Cook appoints Dawn Airey as senior independent director

* Carl Symon, non-executive director has decided to retire from board at end of company's financial year, 30 September 2015 and accordingly has submitted his letter of resignation

15 Jun 2015

Thomas Cook forms China joint venture with Fosun

LONDON, June 15 - British travel agent Thomas Cook said on Monday it had agreed to set-up a joint venture with Fosun International Limited to develop domestic, inbound and outbound tourism activities for the Chinese market under Thomas Cook brands.

15 Jun 2015

UPDATE 1--Ex-Thomas Cook boss Green to donate part of share payout to charity

LONDON, May 27 - Ex-Thomas Cook boss Harriet Green is to donate around 3 million pounds from a bumper share payout to a charity chosen by the parents of two British children who died during one of the firm's holidays in Corfu in 2006.

27 May 2015

Facing media storm, Thomas Cook expresses regret for death of children

LONDON - Travel firm Thomas Cook expressed regret on Wednesday for the deaths of two British children on one of its holidays in 2006, seeking to end damaging headlines over its handling of the case.

20 May 2015

REFILE-UPDATE 2-Facing media storm, Thomas Cook expresses regret for death of children

LONDON, May 20 - Travel firm Thomas Cook expressed regret on Wednesday for the deaths of two British children on one of its holidays in 2006, seeking to end damaging headlines over its handling of the case.

20 May 2015

Thomas Cook CEO says bookings unaffected by social media calls for boycott

LONDON - Thomas Cook said it was not seeing an impact from calls by some social media users for a boycott following criticism in Britain over its handling of the deaths in 2006 of two children on one of its holidays.

20 May 2015

Thomas Cook CEO says bookings unaffected by social media calls for boycott

LONDON, May 20 - Thomas Cook said it was not seeing an impact from calls by some social media users for a boycott following criticism in Britain over its handling of the deaths in 2006 of two children on one of its holidays.

20 May 2015

Thomas Cook says dividends could resume from next year

LONDON, May 20 - Travel firm Thomas Cook said that dividend payments could resume next year as it stuck to its forecast for full-year growth, in the face of a backlash in Britain over its handling of the death in 2006 of two children on one of its holidays.

20 May 2015

REFILE-UPDATE 1-Thomas Cook on track as Europe shows signs of improvement

LONDON, March 31 - British holiday company Thomas Cook is confident of meeting its full-year expectations, buoyed by higher winter bookings and improved trading across Europe ahead of its key summer season, it said on Tuesday.

31 Mar 2015

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