15 December 2014 – Craig Stoehr of Thomas Cook joins the ABTA Board

Craig Stoehr of Thomas Cook joins the ABTA Board ABTA announced today the appointment of Craig Stoehr of Thomas Cook to the ABTA Board. Photo Caption: Craig Stoehr, Chief Corporate Officer, Thomas Cook Group plc High Res Photo: Click Here  Low Res Photo: Click Here  Craig is Chief Corporate Officer & General Counsel at Thomas Cook Group plc, …

26 November 2014 – Board Change

Thomas Cook Group Plc Board Change Further to the announcement on 26 November, 2014 that Harriet Green will step down as a director of Thomas Cook Group plc (the “Company”) on 31 December, 2014, the following information is provided in accordance with section 430(2B) of the Companies Act 2006. Harriet Green will continue to be employed by the Company …

26 November 2014: Full Year Results

Thomas Cook delivers further strong profit growth    Click here to view the full report. Highlights 12 months ended 30 September 2014 compared with 12 months ended 30 September 2013: Underlying EBIT on a like-for-like basis was £323 million, an increase of £98 million, or 44% (FY13 LFL: £225 million) All businesses delivered improved profitability. …

10 August 2014 – Thomas Cook CEO Harriet Green and the #TeamSunnyHearters Raise £100k for Children’s Charities in Prudential Ride London

Thomas Cook CEO Harriet Green and the #TeamSunnyHearters Raise £100k for Children’s Charities in Prudential Ride London In a real team effort staff from 12 Thomas Cook stores in and around the capital braved the elements and lined the streets to cheer on the Sunny Hearters Photo Caption: Team Sunny Hearters with race medals.High Res Photo: Click …

12 August 2014 – Thomas Cook takes Business Studies to A-nother level

Thomas Cook takes Business Studies to A-nother level The recent history of Thomas Cook helps business leaders of tomorrow learn from leaders of today With many thousands of sixth form students biting their fingernails in anticipation of receiving their A Level exam results tomorrow, Thomas Cook’s recent turnaround might just have helped those studying …