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    1. November 7, 2013

      IAG streamlines BA and Iberia management

      International Airlines Group has streamlined the management of its two biggest airlines, British Airways and Iberia, and...

    2. September 4, 2012

      Betting man with an eye for a win

      Would anyone have put their money on Fred Done when, at the age of 14, he started collecting bets at the factory gates and...

    1. March 4, 2012

      Football fails to tackle forward planning

      England and Chelsea FC look as though they are in a private duel for the prize of the worst succession planning in football....

    2. August 29, 2011

      Broughton signals return to the field

      Sir Martin Broughton is considering raising capital through a special fund in a move that could signal his return to the...

    3. June 3, 2011

      Betfred wins race for Tote

      Betfred has won the government’s Tote auction after substantially increasing its bid to £265m, enough to temper what was...

    4. June 3, 2011

      Betfred on the home stretch to win Tote

      Betfred is expected to be declared the provisional winner of the Tote auction, a decision likely to prompt an angry reaction...

    5. May 26, 2011

      Final Tote decision expected shortly

      The outcome of the government’s Tote auction is expected to be settled imminently when ministers sit down to weigh up the...

    6. May 22, 2011

      Photo-finish for the Tote sale saga

      The government’s long-running efforts to sell the Tote could be disrupted by legal action from bidder Betfred if ministers...

    7. May 20, 2011

      No vote for no show at the Pru

      Prudential chairman Harvey McGrath faced the biggest No vote at the annual meeting, but Keki Dadiseth, another director,...

    8. May 19, 2011

      Oakley Capital backs Broughton’s bid for Tote

      The sale of the Tote entered the final straight with the two bidders for the state-owned bookmaker running “neck and neck”...

    9. May 18, 2011

      Tory MP backs Tote offer from Broughton

      A prominent Tory MP and former adviser to the chancellor has weighed into the debate about who should buy the Tote, saying...

    10. May 18, 2011

      Moss rules out musical chairs

      As Aviva revives its hunt for a new chairman after Sir Richard Broadbent’s decision to take the Tesco job instead, one...

    11. May 17, 2011

      Betfred unveils £200m offer for Tote

      Betfred nosed ahead in the auction of the Tote after ministers gave it permission to go public with details of its offer for...

    12. May 12, 2011

      Racing backs Broughton’s bid for Tote

      The horseracing industry has thrown its weight behind one of the two bidders left in the race to take over the state-owned...

    13. May 2, 2011

      Yemenis also want less airport hassle

      From Ms Mai Noman. Sir, As a Yemeni studying for an MA in the UK, I feel it is my duty to share with you the difficulties a...

    14. April 29, 2011

      Why the private jet set rarely complain

      From Mr Adam Twidell. Sir, Sir Martin Broughton needs to send the British Airways board through a private jet airport...

    15. April 25, 2011

      Airport checks fail the common sense test

      I once attended a UK parliamentary reception where security was even tighter than usual because Bill Clinton and Nelson...

    16. April 25, 2011

      ‘Trusted’ fliers should be fast-tracked

      From Mr Robert Keen. Sir, Roger Gill’s letter (April 21) plays to popular sentiment of bashing anyone thought to be on a...

    17. April 21, 2011

      Let BA directors travel cattle class

      From Mr Roger Gill. Sir, Special pleading by Sir Martin Broughton, the chairman of British Airways (front page, April 20),...

    18. FT Alphaville

      April 20, 2011

      BA chief lets fly at security checks

      An airline pilot and a Yemeni student should not be subject to the same airport security checks, the chairman of British...

    19. April 20, 2011

      Sunnucks bridges international Gap

      One of the leading lights in British fashion has been promoted to become the president of Gap’s international division....

    20. April 19, 2011

      BA chief lets fly at security checks

      An airline pilot and a Yemeni student should not be subject to the same airport security checks, the chairman of British...

    21. April 9, 2011

      Osborne faces dilemma over driving gears

      A central bank governor who accuses them of exploiting gullible customers; a regulator who has vowed to solve the “too big...

    22. February 16, 2011

      Recruitment News, February 17

      ● Non-executives Freshly knighted Sir Martin Broughton, chairman of British Airways and, until recently, Liverpool football...

    23. February 9, 2011

      Reds’ former owners back in court

      Making a stand: George Gillett (left) and Tom Hicks say terms of the RBS ‘anti-suit’ injunction are too wide    The former...

    24. January 31, 2011

      Racing to gain half of Tote sale profits

      The racing industry will receive half the net profits the government makes from the sale of the Tote betting shops and pools...

    25. January 29, 2011

      Minister to reveal Tote bidding shortlist

      The government will on Monday announce the long-awaited shortlist of bidders for the Tote betting shops and pool business,...

    26. January 4, 2011

      Rough diamonds are our lifeblood

      Vulgarity is to some degree a sign of vigour. It means that new people coming from nowhere are making it.” Jimmy Goldsmith...

    27. December 31, 2010

      Slideshow: New Year’s Honours list 2010

      Centrica’s Roger Carr, BA’s Martin Broughton and Richard Lambert, outgoing Confederation of British Industry chief (and...

    28. December 31, 2010

      Industry leads glitter-free honours list

      Roger Carr, who as chairman of Cadbury failed to prevent its takeover by US food group Kraft a year ago, has been awarded a...

    29. December 31, 2010

      New year honours list

      Knights Bachelor Peter Bottomley, member of parliament. Martin Broughton, chairman, British Airways. Stephen Bubb, chief...

    30. December 10, 2010

      Tote’s runners and riders line up

      The deadline for first round bids for the Tote came and went on Friday and if this was a horse race, the quantity and...

    31. December 10, 2010

      Forecast is chilly for High Street’s Captain Sensible

      It’s freezing on the High Street. HMV took a crunching tumble on Thursday, its shares slipping 17 per cent after a sharper...

    32. December 9, 2010

      Horseracing bridles at Tote privatisation

      The horseracing industry has come out against privatisation of the Tote, saying there was no obligation on racecourses to...

    33. December 9, 2010

      Broughton leads consortium eyeing the Tote

      Martin Broughton is leading a consortium bidding for the Tote, one of a number of proposals being assembled ahead of...

    34. December 5, 2010

      Airport ruling on liquids to stay until 2013

      Air passengers are likely to face restrictions on carrying liquids in hand luggage until 2013 after it emerged that next...

    35. December 4, 2010

      Merseyside memories

      It was a night of nostalgia for Lord Heseltine on his return to Merseyside at a dinner celebrating 160 years of the...

    36. November 30, 2010

      Broughton at the controls

      It is just as well Martin Broughton is chairman of British Airways, because he doesn’t seem to have the bedside manner to be...

    37. November 28, 2010

      Travellers globally back stricter security

      Most travellers support the introduction of stricter security measures at airports, including full-body scanners and...

    38. November 9, 2010

      Four searches in less than five hours

      From Mr Michael Spence. ‘Redundant’ doesn’t begin to describe it Sir, After reading Pilita Clark’s article “Cargo is weak...

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