December 2004: Banks holding a 75 per cent stake in F1 win a legal challenge against Bernie Ecclestone’s control of the motor sport through a complex web of companies

Ecclestone seeks to settle bribery case

Trial delayed as F1 chief’s lawyers meet prosecutors

Max Mosley, President of the FIA, photographed at the Sofitel, St. James, this afternoon before an interview with the FT.
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Mosley takes Google to UK High Court

Attempt to block material relating to sadomasochistic sex session

World Cup boosts Domino’s Pizza profits

Online sales rise 30.6% to £204.7m

Tokyo Olympic Games costs jump

Weak yen drives up price of materials

Politics kept at bay in cheery Glasgow

Scotland’s staging of the Commonwealth Games has been joyful so far, marred little by discord

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Cricketer scores at business

The professional sportsman is studying for an EMBA

Golden games performance boosts Scotland

Event raises morale before referendum on independence

Pubs turn away from live sport channels

Importance of eating-out market hits TV subscriptions

Cricket Diary: On doosras and the dearth of English spinners

Saqlain Mushtaq and the ping pong ball that helped develop ‘the other one’

Grieving Dutch rethink Russian relations

National shock at airline deaths undermines usual pragmatism

A captain requires a multitude of skills

In some sports, all the skipper does is call heads or tails. Not so in cricket

FT Masterclass: Rugby training with Katy Mclean

The England skipper leads her squad through 90 minutes of ‘utter beasting’ before next week’s Women’s Rugby World Cup

Pursuits special: Women at the top of their game

London 2012 cycling champion Laura Trott sets her sights on the Commonwealth Games while England women’s rugby captain Katy Mclean gets ready for next week’s Women’s Rugby World Cup

Scottish housebuilder Cala eyes IPO

Group appoints Lazard to advise on potential offering

Glasgow’s humour on show as games open

Commonwealth Games begin with politically-neutral opening ceremony

BSkyB nears deal to create ‘Sky Europe’

Push to acquire sister companies in Germany and Italy

Labour considers Premier League TV levy

Clubs accused of not contributing enough to grassroots football

Cameron hints at risk to Scottish exports

Independence would mean losing access to embassy ‘sales force’

Cameron accused of hypocrisy on Russia

French Socialist party leader critical of number of oligarchs in London

Glasgow is set for political games

Scottish nationalists poised for emotional boost

FA chairman tackles MPs’ questions

World Cup corruption claims overshadow England’s football woes

Jailed tycoon allowed check-out to sell hotels

Sahara head Roy in talks on trophy properties

BSkyB takes stake in ‘Bake Off’ producer

Pay-TV operator buys 70% of Love Productions

Agony goes on for cricket’s Captain Cook

Traumatic struggles for England’s sporting leaders

Strong pound dents BBC commercial revenues

Rise dents hopes that global sales can offset funding constraints

British America’s Cup team undeterred

Ben Ainslie Racing to sail despite Team Australia withdrawal

A Peruvian upstart takes on Asia

Cola-maker AJE feels it knows what poorer consumers want

McIlroy on par with Nicklaus and Woods

Northern Irishman wins Open, only third golfer to win three majors by age 25

Manchester united in model of governance

Pioneering “super council” pools resources of 10 local councils

Sailing special: From St Petersburg to Cowes

As the Extreme Sailing Series hits Russia, Roman Hagara puts Henry Foy through his paces. PLUS: On the eve of Cowes Week, Olympic gold medallist Shirley Robertson takes the helm for an FT Masterclass

CVC to extract further $360m from F1

Buyout group eyes favourable debt markets

Home of cricket targets stomachs first

Lord’s redevelopment will be funded by more catering

Man City scores Nissan sponsorship deal

Premier League champions taps on-pitch success

Brazil holds interest rates steady

Economy struggles to shake recession threat

US target groups with ties to the west

Washington’s sectoral sanctions hit energy and banking

Lloyds admits to third-party debt letters

Customers ignore correspondence with bank letterhead

Free WiFi poses potential hazard at Open

Golfers face threat of disruption from TV-watching fans

Four reasons why Fox wants Time Warner

Murdoch considers world’s biggest media merger since 2000

China’s gamble on lottery pays off

Tickets generated $48bn in 2013, second only to US

Brazil’s World Cup hangover

Brazilians may still be mourning their World Cup defeat but now they have an even bigger problem to face