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Thomas Cook CEO's exit hits travel stocks
Thomas Cook investors headed for the departure lounge today as chief executive Harriet Green announced her shock exit from the travel firm.
Harriet Green shock departure: City questions abrupt exit of boss who revived ...  
Shares tumble as Harriet Green exits as Thomas Cook boss  
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SINGAPORE, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Oil prices fell to four-year lows on Thursday as it appeared unlikely producer club OPEC would decide to cut output in support of prices at a meeting this week, and as increasing Chinese and U.S.
THE UK economy grew by three per cent in the year to September with a bumper contribution from the business services and finance sector.
David Cameron has stressed the importance of six-day-a-week deliveries to any address in the UK - after the boss of Royal Mail warned the service was in jeopardy.
Some of the UK's most popular YouTube stars have been criticised by the advertising watchdog for promoting Oreo biscuits without disclosing they were being paid to do so.
British soft drinks group, Britvic has seen a further revenue decline in Ireland as well as an erosion of its market share here. The group yesterday issued a strong set of annual figures, with bumper profits ahead of expectations.

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