Pressure grows on Green over BHS

Sir Philip faces grilling on pension deficit and chain’s collapse

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 16: Philip Green and Kate Moss are sighted arriving at Unique A/W14 catwalk show during London Fashion Week on February 16, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Tom Phelan/GC Images)

BHS: A dealmaker’s debacle

Philip Green sold the UK chain for £1 a year ago but he is now under fire following its collapse

Casino agrees €1bn sale of Vietnam assets

Deal brings proceeds from asset disposals this year to €4.2bn

Amazon shines in turbulent week for tech

Prime membership programme is main driver of sales growth and is present in quarter of US households

Spotlight falls on Greens’ BHS take

Arcadia says £1bn-plus figure reflects only one side of the story

PPF rejected BHS pension offers

Rescue fund deemed proposals inadequate

Barclays: the eagle is stranded

Results illustrate why the big blue bird of banking is down in the pecking order

Landlords face struggle to fill BHS sites

Retailer failed to modernise much of its oversized portfolio

The king of shops and capitalism’s dark side

If we address the abuses, some good may be salvaged from the BHS wreckage, writes David Davis

BHS set to be toughest pension battle

Watchdog probe comes as deficits weigh heavily on UK companies

Whitehall sees little value in BHS action

Compared with Tata Steel, the retailer has had little attention

Asda singled out in supermarket price war

Competition watchdog raises ‘areas of concern’ about group

BHS’s finances under Philip Green

Complex transactions involve property and dividends

Adidas lifts profit and revenue forecasts

Sales boost second-biggest sportswear group in race with Nike

Conforama sets limit on Darty offer

Steinhoff-owned group appears to have called an end to intense battle

Argos owner hit by impairment charge

Takeover by Sainsbury’s expected to complete in third quarter

BHS owner attacks Green over blocked loan

Chappell claims dispute over pensions hampered rescue efforts

Fnac wins ‘majority support’ for Darty bid

Stakebuilding propels French retailer to seemingly unassailable threshold

Under-fire BHS owner fires back

Retail Acquisitions team banished from store head office

Green’s responsibilities and BHS debacle

Entrepreneur has questions to answer over retailer’s collapse

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