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Thomas Cook customers say hotel in Tunisia stopped them leaving

British tourists in Tunisia said their hotel stopped them leaving for several hours on Saturday night over concerns about payment by their holiday operator Thomas Cook, though the Tunisian government said the incident was a misunderstanding......»»

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Factbox: Fleet of over 100 jets operated by troubled Thomas Cook

The fate of over 100 passenger jets and contracts with almost 40 leasing companies are tied up in last-minute talks to prevent a collapse of British travel group Thomas Cook ......»»

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Key dates in the history of tour company Thomas Cook

The bosses of Thomas Cook , the world's oldest travel company, were meeting lenders and creditors in London on Sunday to seek a last-ditch deal to save the company......»»

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Banks worth $47 trillion adopt new U.N.-backed climate principles

Banks with more than $47 trillion in assets, or a third of the global industry, adopted new U.N.-backed "responsible banking" principles to fight climate change on Sunday that would shift their loan books away from fossil fuels......»»

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Some WeWork directors considering removal of Adam Neumann as CEO: WSJ

Some WeWork board members, including officials tied to SoftBank Group Corp , are planning to try to push Adam Neumann to step down as chief executive, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter......»»

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Huawei denies interest in acquiring Oi or any other Brazilian carrier

Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei Technologies Co said on Sunday it was not interested in acquiring struggling Oi SA or any other Brazilian carrier......»»

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Factbox: Key dates in the history of tour company Thomas Cook

The bosses of Thomas Cook , the world's oldest travel company, were meeting lenders and creditors in London on Sunday to seek a last-ditch deal to save the company......»»

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Vivendi set to widen legal battle against Mediaset beyond Italy: sources

Vivendi is taking steps to widen its legal battle against Mediaset beyond Italy, in a move that indicates the French media group has not liquidated its stake in the Italian broadcaster, two sources close to the matter said......»»

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Travel group Thomas Cook battles for survival ahead of Monday deadline

The British government has plans in place to bring home stranded holidaymakers if Thomas Cook goes out of business, an event that would likely spark chaotic scenes at resorts and airports around the world......»»

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Thomas Cook customers say Tunisia hotel stopped them leaving

British tourists in Tunisia said their hotel stopped them leaving for several hours on Saturday night over concerns about payment by their holiday operator Thomas Cook, though the Tunisian government said the incident was a misunderstanding......»»

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Deutsche Bahn sees big windfall from climate change package

Germany's Deutsche Bahn [DBN.UL] expects the government's 50 billion euro climate change package to generate the railway company's biggest growth spurt in its 180-year history, the state-owned firm's boss said on Sunday......»»

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China needs to change way it finances economy, think tank says

China needs to develop a better system for financing small businesses that drive innovation in the economy but currently struggle to access the funds they need for growth, a leading Chinese think-tank said in a report published Sunday......»»

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Travel group Thomas Cook battles for survival with final creditor meeting

Bosses at Britain's Thomas Cook were meeting lenders and creditors on Sunday to decide whether the world's oldest travel company could survive until Monday, or face a chaotic collapse that would be felt around the world......»»

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No one will be stranded, UK minister says on Thomas Cook future

British foreign minister Dominic Raab said the government had contingency plans in case talks to rescue travel company Thomas Cook fail, and sought to reassure holidaymakers that they will not end up stuck overseas......»»

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Saban to return controlling stake in Israel"s Partner Comms: media

U.S.-Israeli media magnate Haim Saban plans to give up his controlling stake in Israeli mobile phone operator Partner Communications , financial media reported on Sunday......»»

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Eyes on U.S. prize, Primark considers Central American suppliers

Confident it can crack the $300 billion U.S. clothing and shoes market where many other foreign retailers have failed, Britain's Primark is ready to raise its bet on the country by securing new sources of fast fashion in central America......»»

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UK minister hopes Thomas Cook talks come to "positive conclusion"

British security minister Brandon Lewis said he hoped talks about the future of travel company Thomas Cook come to a positive conclusion on Sunday......»»

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Budget carrier XL Airways seeks rescue deal with Air France

French airline XL Airways has called on Air France to discuss a rescue deal to avert the collapse of the budget carrier that halted ticket sales and payments last week......»»

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Big companies commit to slash emissions ahead of U.N. climate summit

Almost 90 big companies in sectors from food to cement to telecommunications are pledging to slash their greenhouse gas emissions in a new campaign to steer multi-nationals towards a low-carbon future, organizers said on Sunday......»»

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SoftBank mulls bringing 40 companies to Brazil

Japan's SoftBank Group Corp is considering bringing around 40 companies with high growth potential to Brazil and expects to announce a large investment in the country in around two weeks' time, the group's head in Brazil, AndrĂ© Maciel, said on Friday......»»

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