TUI see 11% rise while Thomas Cook endure 4% fall

At the end of September, TUI announced an 11% rise in winter bookings and were expecting a 13% increase in full-year earnings growth, while their main competitor Thomas Cook appeared to be going in the opposite direction. TUI’s success came from promoting destinations away from terror-hit Turkey and to focusing on package holidays.

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Barclays sell off non-core riskier loss-making customers, save £millions

Last Thursday, Barclays sold off some of its Italian consumer banking and mortgage business to MedioBanca, the latest in a series of sell-offs of its non-core riskier loss-making customers. It has already divested itself of risky Spanish and Portuguese customers, and is close to letting go similarly unprofitable customers in France. Deutsche Bank is trying to do the same but has not founders buyers of its riskier customers yet.

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Celebrity chef cooks up losses

The Gordon Ramsay group of restaurants has been making losses since the 2008 Crash.

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United Internet revenues rise by 36% by adding an extra 9% of customers

The internet provider – better known through its various brands like access provider Versatel, Applications provider Fasthosts, and of course by 1&1 – announced on Wednesday that EBITDA grew to over €550 by growing the number of paying customers to nearly 15m.

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