The family-run business that bought Thomas Cook’s high street stores after the tour operator collapsed will take on 1,500 new staff to help it fill its new stores, and provide back-up at its Sunderland headquarters.
Jet2.com and EasyJet have bought all of collapsed tour operator Thomas Cook’s landing slots at in the UK, the company’s liquidators have said.
Mothercare has become the latest UK retailer to feel the pressure of the recent downturn affecting the high street.
The Government’s department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) showed an “extraordinary lack of interest” in the days and weeks leading up to Thomas Cook’s collapse, an influential group of MPs has said.
Good jobs figures in the US helped drive up shares on the other side of the pond, as the FTSE 100 pushed higher to finish the week on a win.
The Thomas Cook brand name will live on after the Chinese conglomerate Fosun snapped up the rights from liquidators of the bust travel firm.
A north-east property tycoon has lodged £1 million plans to convert a former Aberdeen travel agent into a new gastro-pub.
A Norwegian hotel and property developer and two equity funds have bought the Nordic subsidiaries of the failed Thomas Cook travel agency, potentially saving some 2,300 jobs.
A former boss of failed holiday giant Thomas Cook has denied saddling the firm with a debt mountain after a mammoth expansion drive.
Thomas Cook’s former auditor, PwC, was paid £21 million for providing consultancy and non-audit work for the travel firm between 2007 and 2016, MPs have been told.
Package holiday business On The Beach said it is set to cash in on the collapse of rival Thomas Cook, nudging shares higher.
The former boss of Thomas Cook has been urged to repay bonuses following the company’s collapse.
A senior MP has called on Thomas Cook’s “high-paid executives” to hand their bonuses over to the collapsed firm’s pension fund.
The former boss of Thomas Cook has said he is “deeply sorry” for the travel firm’s collapse.
The European Union has approved the German government’s decision to grant airline Condor, a subsidiary of collapsed tour operator Thomas Cook, a 380 million-euro (£334 million) bridging loan to keep it in the air.
Planes owned by failed airlines will be used to repatriate passengers under plans announced by the Government.
Jet2 owner Dart Group has said demand for its flights and holidays has been boosted by Thomas Cook’s collapse.
One of the UK’s largest travel agents has said it will save thousands of jobs at Thomas Cook after a deal to buy all 555 of the company’s stores around the UK.
Two Thomas Cook stores in Aberdeen have been sold as part of a deal to save thousands of jobs across the UK.
Failed tour operator Thomas Cook should not be branded “a dinosaur in a digital age”, a leading travel industry figure has claimed.
Fraudsters are suspected of targeting a website created to refund Thomas Cook customers, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said.
Tens of thousands of Thomas Cook customers applied for refunds on the first day of a claims website opening.
A union leader has stepped up criticism of the Government’s handling of the collapse of Thomas Cook by calling for ministers to be held to account for the loss of thousands of jobs and chaos for holidaymakers.
Former Thomas Cook staff have found themselves relying on family members and food banks to make ends meet after the travel company collapsed 11 days ago.
Sir Rod Stewart serenaded a couple after their wedding day was nearly ruined by the Thomas Cook collapse.
The Spanish government says it has planned measures amounting to 300 million euros (£292 million) to deal with the fallout of the collapse of British tour operator Thomas Cook.
Taxpayers will have to stump up £60 million to fund unpaid wages, holiday pay and redundancy costs for Thomas Cook’s 9,500 staff following the travel firm’s collapse, according to early estimates.
Thomas Cook employees at the company’s Poole office have been saved from unemployment by a UK travel agency.
Former Thomas Cook workers have staged noisy protests outside the Business Department amid claims they were “abandoned” by the Government.
Ryanair bosses have said the air travel regulator was partly at fault for the chaos surrounding the collapse of Thomas Cook, calling for it to introduce tougher financial stress tests to protect customers.