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Harriet Green in shock exit as Thomas Cook boss
Harriet Green has unexpectedly quit as chief executive of Thomas Cook after just two years in charge of the tour operator. Ms Green has been widely hailed for her turnaround of Thomas Cook, which was in turmoil and battling for survival when she became ...
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Thomas Cook says CEO Harriet Green to step down  
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SIR PHILIP Green shrugged off Arcadia's decline in full-year profits yesterday, insisting his retail empire was adapting to the �fast-changing� demands of the retail industry.
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The Institute of Directors (IoD) yesterday slammed BG Group's plans to hand new chief executive Helge Lund a �25m pay deal, warning that it threatened to damage the reputation of British business if approved by shareholders next month.
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