Anger is growing over millions of pounds in payments made to Thomas Cook bosses before the tour operator collapsed.
Holiday giant Tui has said it is assessing the impact of rival Thomas Cook’s collapse on its results and “preparing measures” to support its affected customers.
The collapse of travel giant Thomas Cook, which has triggered the UK’s largest peacetime repatriation, has attracted ire in Tuesday’s papers.
The boss of Lloyd’s of London has vowed to reform its culture after “ugly, stark and unacceptable” results of a survey revealed nearly one in 10 of its workers have witnessed sexual harassment in the past year.
Boris Johnson says Britain will take full advantage of “all the freedoms Brexit can give” after it leaves the EU.
Boris Johnson has questioned whether directors should pay themselves “large sums of money” as their businesses go “down the tubes” following the demise of Thomas Cook.
Nissan has agreed to pay 15 million dollars (£12 million) and ex-chairman Carlos Ghosn is paying a million dollars (£800,000) to settle US regulators’ civil fraud charges of hiding from investors more than 140 million dollars (£113 million) in compensation and retirement benefits for Ghosn.
The demise of the world’s oldest travel agent gave its rivals on the FTSE 100 a boost as one less competitor made investors more positive.
The first flights have landed in the UK’s largest peacetime repatriation after travel giant Thomas Cook collapsed.
The collapse of Thomas Cook has affected supporters of Premier League clubs such as Liverpool and Manchester United.