Thomas Cook’s former boss has fired a stinging broadside at his successors, insisting they should have been able to cope with a doomsday debt pile built up during his time in charge. Manny Fontenla-Novoa
A former chief executive of Thomas Cook has insisted his successors were wrong to blame him for racking up the debts that capsized the company, as MPs continued their inquiry into the tour operator’s Speaking
Brexit uncertainty has been a drag on the economy. The International Monetary Fund thinks most of the damage it estimates will occur as a result of Britain’s decision to leave the EU has already happened.
Manny Fontenla-Novoa and Harriet Green are appearing before the BEIS committee Summary: Don’t blame us, we’re only the bosses • Green: Failure to embrace digital caused collapse • Fontenla-Novoa denies
Analysts warned that Tui’s full-year results are likely to land beneath expectations, knocking the travel group’s shares and leaving it as the biggest faller on the FTSE 100 during Tuesday's trading. Stanley