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Which behaved worse: callous Thomas Cook or cynical Barclays?

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30 May 2015

9:00 AM

30 May 2015

9:00 AM

Which is worse, morally and reputationally — to be Thomas Cook, shamed by its refusal to show proper human concern, for fear of being taken to admit responsibility, over the death of two children by carbon monoxide poisoning from a faulty boiler while on holiday in Corfu; or to be Barclays, fined almost $2.4 billion

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