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    1. November 25, 2014

      Ben Ainslie on right course for America’s Cup funding

      Sir Ben Ainslie has spent more time in boardrooms than on the water of late. The world’s most successful Olympic sailor has...

    2. July 26, 2013

      New games in town for organisers who brought Olympic success

      How have the organisers responsible for the 2012 Olympic Games built on their achievements? By carrying on building. If,...

    1. December 29, 2012

      New year honours – list

      Companions of Honour Lord Seb Coe, for services to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Knights Bachelor Quentin Blake,...

    2. September 28, 2012

      Olympic legacy links up sporting rights

      Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic sports are pooling their commercial rights into an independent company that will market...

    3. July 15, 2012

      Games organisers concerned about Cadbury

      London Olympic organisers expressed doubts about Cadbury as a sponsor because of concerns to protect the games’ healthy...

    4. May 6, 2012

      London games inspire developing nations

      London’s Olympic Games have been more successful at inspiring children in developing countries to take up sport than their...

    5. February 29, 2012

      Call for Olympics disruption fuels worry

      A call by the leader of Britain’s biggest union for civil disobedience during the Olympics has highlighted concerns by...

    6. FT Alphaville

      November 8, 2011

      Coutts set for big fine over AIG product sales

      The City watchdog will fine Coutts & Co, the private bank that counts the Queen among its clients, about £6m for the way it...

    7. November 7, 2011

      Coutts fined £6m for AIG mis-selling

      The City watchdog fined Coutts & Co, the private bank that counts the Queen among its clients, £6.3m for the way it sold...

    8. October 28, 2011

      Torch-bearer

      Sir Keith Mills does not look as though he has been partying until 1am at the Olympic Ball as he welcomes me to his home in...

    9. October 3, 2011

      Olympics chief attacks sports structure

      The system for organising sport in the UK is wasteful and inefficient and is in urgent need of reform, according to Andy...

    10. June 26, 2011

      Record fleet’s wild ride round the island

      Frenchman Lionel Lemonchois and his 50ft trimaran Prince de Bretagne were first to complete the 80th anniversary Round the...

    11. May 24, 2011

      UK companies urged to give to young

      Companies must fill the gap left by public sector cuts to prop up the volunteer-run sports clubs and activities that get...

    12. FT Alphaville

      December 20, 2010

      Knight sues Queen and country over dodgy American bond

      Here’s a Royal riddle for you. (H/T the Sunday Times via CityWire): Sir Keith Mills will this week sue Coutts, the Queen’s...

    13. December 15, 2010

      Spurred on

      Tottenham Hotspur’s new director will be able to provide executive chairman Daniel Levy with advice as the football club...

    14. August 10, 2010

      RBS private banking shuffle

      Royal Bank of Scotland’s retail boss Brian Hartzer is shaking up the part-state-owned bank’s wealth business by drafting in...

    15. August 7, 2010

      Cowes and Coutts

      It was a good week for Sir Keith Mills as his America’s Cup TeamOrigin won the regatta series at Cowes against the cup’s...

    16. August 7, 2010

      Coutts faces FSA probe

      Coutts & Co, the private bank that counts the Queen among its clients, is facing an investigation by the Financial Services...

    17. February 4, 2010

      Billionaire battle of the seas

      Sir Keith Mills is one of life’s eternal optimists. This is, after all, the man who, back in 2003, took on the then...

    18. November 13, 2009

      Head of World Cup bid keeps job as new board set up

      Lord Triesman, chairman of England's troubled bid to host the 2018 World Cup, yesterday held on to his job following an...

    19. November 12, 2009

      Head of World Cup bid keeps job

      Lord Triesman, chairman of England’s troubled bid to host the 2018 World Cup, on Thursday held on to his job following an...

    20. November 11, 2009

      Spurs open to big cash offer

      Tottenham Hotspur's majority shareholders will not put the Premier League club on the market but would be prepared to sell...

    21. November 10, 2009

      Spurs open to big cash offer

      Tottenham Hotspur’s majority shareholders will not put the Premier League club on the market but would be prepared to sell...

    22. September 17, 2009

      American Airlines

      American Airlines on Thursday turned an idea dreamt up by Sir Keith Mills in 1988 into $1bn of much-needed liquidity. The...

    23. July 28, 2009

      Sir Keith counts the cost of a weak link

      It is a cartoon cliché: a character triumphs against the odds only to have its celebrations curtailed by a piano falling on...

    24. July 27, 2009

      Sir Keith counts the cost of a weak link

      Chain reaction: problems at US insurer AIG mean that half of Sir Keith Mills’ £73m investment remains tied up in the fund...

    25. May 19, 2009

      'Arrogance' kicked out of World Cup bid

      English football paraded heroes past and present at Wembley stadium yesterday for the launch of the bid to stage the 2018...

    26. February 12, 2009

      TeamOrigin exit Pacific arena

      Britain’s TeamOrigin campaign in the Louis Vuitton Pacific Series, skippered and helmed by Ben Ainslie, has ended with the...

    27. January 28, 2009

      Big boats’ battle of the Pacific

      Big boat match racing returns this weekend when TeamOrigin, the British challenger for the beleaguered America’s Cup, is one...

    28. FT Alphaville

      December 4, 2007

      Nectar card sold to Canada’s Aeroplan

      The UK’s Sir Keith Mills will pocket £161m ($332m) from selling Loyalty Management Group, the company he founded that...

    29. December 4, 2007

      Nectar chief nets £161m from sale of loyalty card

      Sir Keith Mills will pocket £161m from selling Loyalty Management Group, the company he founded that operates the Nectar...

    30. December 3, 2007

      Nectar chief nets £161m from loyalty card sale

      Sir Keith Mills will pocket £161m ($332m) from selling Loyalty Management Group, the company he founded that operates the...

    31. September 15, 2007

      Carphone chief backs UK team

      Charles Dunstone, chief executive and co-founder of Carphone Warehouse, is to help finance the British challenge to bring...

    32. August 25, 2007

      White Hart Lane suffers from board's bad timing

      Daniel Levy, chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, should have had cause for celebration this morning. Enic International, the...

    33. January 5, 2007

      The advertising expert who is plotting an epic voyage

      If anyone can lead a British team to victory in the America's Cup for the first time in 150 years it could be 56-year-old...

    34. January 5, 2007

      Tilt at America's Cup offers economic boost

      A British attempt to win sailing's most prestigious and money-spinning trophy, the America's Cup, was launched yesterday,...

    35. December 14, 2006

      Tottenham Hotspur link for Sir Keith

      Sir Keith Mills is retaining his sporting links by joining the board of Tottenham Hotspur as a non-executive director. One...

    36. March 8, 2006

      ERNST & YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR COMPETITION

      In 2005, Stewart Milne beat 43 fellow business owners to win the Ernst & Young Scottish Entrepreneur of the Year...

    37. January 31, 2006

      Nectar card firm rules out flotation

      Loyalty Management UK, the company behind the Nectar loyalty-card scheme, is on the look-out for acquisitions following a...

    38. January 25, 2006

      Olympics team seeks £50m sponsors

      Companies face a minimum price-tag of £50m to be a top-level sponsor of the London Olympic Games in six years' time. Games...

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