Leisure travel specialist Thomas Cook is holding last-ditch talks with potential investors in an effort to stave off a financial collapse that could leave hundreds of thousands of travelers stranded. In late August it appeared the group had been able to hammer out a £900 million ($1.1 billion) rescue deal, in which its largest shareholder, China’s Fosun Tourism Group, would take control of Thomas Cook’s tour business and a stake in its airlines.   Since then, ...

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