Thomas Cook bosses clearly had their heads buried in the sand | Nils Pratley

  The Guardian 

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Testimony to MPs demonstrates the level of delusion in the travel firm’s boardroom was spectacular Two hours of testimony from the failed bosses of Thomas Cook confirmed what we had suspected: the level of delusion in the boardroom was spectacular. On one hand, the former directors argued to MPs that their self-help plan for the business was a rip-roaring success, right up until the moment it wa
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