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Thomas Cook shares plunge after boss Harriet Green quits in shock departure
Shares in Thomas Cook plummeted more than 20 per cent in London trading after Harriet Green, the chief executive behind the revival of the ailing travel agent's fortunes, abruptly quit.
Harriet Green: Profile Of A High-Flyer  
Harriet Green Quits Thomas Cook, Sending Shares to 24% Drop  
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TCG Thomas Cook Group plc -19.36% 1,624.38M
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BT.A BT Group plc 3.04% 33,213.95M