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Fuel costs, increasing competition from low-cost carriers, and political uncertainty have all contributed to recent airline bankruptcies.
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Thomas Cook bankruptcy: How the iconic travel brand went from transporting anti-liquor protesters in the 1800s to collapsing and stranding 600,000 pas...
Thomas Cook, the British budget travel brand, stranded 600,000 people when it went bankrupt. Here's a look at the company's history.
Passengers share vacation disasters from the Thomas Cook collapse, including a ruined $41,000 wedding and ‘being held hostage’ by angry st...
Passengers affected by the Thomas Cook closure shared stories of financial loss, canceled weddings, and being "held hostage" by a hotel in Tunisia.
Passengers say they saw flight price increases from airlines like Jet2, British Airways, TUI, and Ryanair. Operators say it is just economics.
Thomas Cook’s failure has left half a million people stranded abroad. Here are 9 of the worst company collapses in history.
Thomas Cook's bankruptcy — which stranded 600,000 passengers and ruined travel plans — is just one example of disastrous company collapses.
Guo Guangchang, founder and chairman of Fosun International, had a $1.5 billion stake in Thomas Cook before the travel group's collapse on Monday.
A Thomas Cook flight attendant says she only learned that the company collapsed and she lost her job on Facebook
Thomas Cook, the travel group and airline, filed for bankruptcy early on Monday morning, leaving 600,000 people stranded around the world.
Stranded Thomas Cook customers say a single piece of paper taped to their hotel’s reception is the only contact they’ve had from the colla...
The document taped to the reception desk of a hotel in Turkey refers euphemistically to the collapse of Thomas Cook as "recent news."
Hedge funds could reap as much as $250 million from the collapse of British tour operator Thomas Cook
Thomas Cook filed for bankruptcy last week after a group of creditors demanded the company find an additional $250 million in funding.