Is PD easing himself into retirement with that US job?
Thomson is paying the price of being more upfront than anyone else.
It's not just cancellation charges which are going to come under the microscope from the consumer groups.
Some fantastic spinning from Airtours on Thomson discounting, but look at which operator has put up capacity.
Leeds and Leicester are the next destinations for Thomas Cook.
At last, business has started to pick up.
It looks as though the EC will be making a decision between October 5 and 10.
Thomson's share price makes it attractive for a chief executive who can negotiate a good performance-related deal.
Meanwhile, Roger or someone else will surely need a number two - a tempting position for some in the industry.
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