Ashley tightens grip on Rangers FC

Director resigns who he had sought to remove

Ecclestone backs Caterham F1 sale

Racing team follows car arm into administration

Man-made idols who cannot plead the law

Ched Evans case and his lack of contrition show why footballers must be held to a higher standard

Ladbrokes shares slide over regulatory concerns

Bookmaker ‘on track’ as digital performance improves

Shane Sutton, Britain's head cycling coach, photographed outside the FT this afternoon.
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Marginal gains in fund management

Stockpickers are turning to cycling and behavioural economics

Gaelic sports maintain ties with diaspora

Clubs are springing up in Asia and Latin America

Cargiant and QPR battle to build homes

Groups focus on capital’s last big undeveloped site

World Cup drives revenues at William Hill

Bookmaker lifts operating profits 89% in third quarter

Australia horse breeders win mine battle

Landmark case highlights opposition to coal mine expansions

Caterham carmaker enters administration

Cash-strapped racing franchise under threat

Dominance on the field: Messi vs Ronaldo

Two of Europe’s top goalscorers face each other in El Clásico

England rugby coach wary of ruck over film

Stuart Lancaster holds back release of ahead of Six Nations clash with Scots

BSkyB profits beat market forecasts

Pay-TV company wins approval for European takeovers

Lego, Shell, Greenpeace and oil hypocrisy

Boycotting oil companies is not like boycotting tobacco producers – we are all implicated

Review: KP, the Autobiography

Management lessons from maverick Kevin Pietersen’s cricket memoir

Working to the max

Tenant & Partner is helping its staff to incorporate exercise into their working day

Thirst for latest technology helps boost the benefits of exercise

Professional innovations rapidly filter down to the commercial cycling market

UK initiatives encourage employees to join in

Corporations are participating in incentivised schemes to get staff to be more active

India’s growing interest in adventure sports mirrors rise in wealth

Sociable sports that require teamwork and not competition are catching on

Brunel leads at start of Volvo Ocean Race

Close contest predicted for classic ocean event

North and South Korea: best frenemies

Events on the Korean peninsula bear watching

Why Serena Williams is unrivalled

Tennis player owes her success to her outstanding service game, winning 66% of her points on serve

The Nats are gone but the spell lingers

Tingle of expectation in Washington, known for political paralysis

Why a harmonious team is just not cricket

Cruyff thought quarrels drove creativity because they made everyone think harder about how to play

India’s newest league set to kick-off

Latest attempt to relaunch football into one of its largest untapped global markets

No ordinary sailing holiday

Even complete novices can experience some of Europe’s most celebrated regattas. Claire Wrathall joins the crew

Superbike racing with Jenny Tinmouth

What’s it like to ride with an ‘adrenalin junkie’, just back from stunt doubling on ‘Mission: Impossible 5’?

Audioboom aims to disrupt radio industry

Spoken word’s popularity fuels UK group’s rapid growth

Media censorship in Turkey

Erdogan’s new style of control is less brutal but more effective

Net worth: how teams score financially

Virtual football table monitors European clubs’ financial performance

Japan aims to turn robotics into profit

Government keen to treble market as companies launch care robots

Business needs US football’s Rooney Rule

Companies might not be prejudiced, they may just be playing safe

Ashley calls for director cull at Rangers

Billionaire sportswear retailer controls about 9% of troubled Scottish football club

Swiss teams lead Extreme 40 race

Sailing competition proves the sport’s gold standard

North and South Korea trade warning shots

Exchange comes after meeting raised hopes of thaw in relations

Pietersen swats ex-England teammates

Autobiography reopens debate about value of an egotistical genius

Baseline sports blog: overtaking in F1

Overtaking was a dying art in F1, but that all changed in 2011

A new broom sweeps in India’s clean-up

Inspiring people to rid the nation of waste is a tough task

The rise of crazy golf’s mini-prodigy

You didn’t know there was a pro mini-golf circuit? Me neither

DIY broadband for remote areas of Britain

From pubs as hubs to laying their own cables, far-flung businesses are seeking faster downloads

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