Why sentiment could not save Thomas Cook

Thomas Cook jets - Rui Vieira/AP/Shutterstock

Sentimentality has little place in the harsh realm of modern business. There might be an inescapable sense of injustice surrounding the Thomas Cook affair, a feeling that a company approaching its third century of trading deserved a break.

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