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Harriet Green has left Thomas Cook as CEO calling the decision 'mutual '
She has been credited with transforming the fortunes of the UK's oldest tour operator, Thomas Cook. But yesterday, Harriet Green - one of the country's leading and most outspoken businesswomen - left the firm with immediate effect after just two years in the ...
Harriet Green shock departure: City questions abrupt exit of boss who revived ...  
Thomas Cook hit by shock CEO departure, slowing growth  
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Jean-Claude Juncker: ''It is a question of getting some new winds blowing through Europe... some fresh air into the structures".
British households are propping up the economy following a fall in business investment and exports, official figures showed yesterday.
Britain's cherished universal postal service is uneconomic and under genuine threat if swift action is not taken, the head of Royal Mail, Moya Greene, and postal unions told MPs at separate hearings yesterday of the Business Innovations & Skills Committee.
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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