Philip Green - Head of Arcadia

Sir Philip Green is one of Britain's most successful businessmen. Since buying retail group Arcadia in 2002 he sits at the head of a conglomerate with shops on nearly every British high street.


In August 2010 he was asked by the government to advise on efficiency, a role that put his tax planning in the full glare of a critical media and political spotlight.

BHS pension payments capped at £10m a year

MPs question relationship between board chair and scheme advisers

Ex-Mothercare director joins BHS bidding

Tufnell interest raises hopes of rescue for collapsed retailer

Goldman warned Green aide about BHS buyer

Advisers and former management questioned on chain’s collapse

Goldman and Green’s links under scrutiny

MPs to probe relationship between bank and retail entrepreneur

BHS, British Home Stores, on Oxford street, London.

Stalled Green offer protected BHS pensions

Regulator blocked restructuring backed by tycoon and trustees

Arcadia challenges regulator on BHS sale

Group says £1 deal was discussed week before it went through

Accountants ‘helped firms reduce pension levy’

Pension Protection Fund says there has been ‘widespread abuse’

BHS hopes rise after ‘multiple offers’

Buyer for department store chain could be found within days

Andrew Tyrie MP, Chairman of the Treasury Select Committee, photographed in his office this afternoon.

Grandstanding MPs face dilemma

Select committees are victims of their own success, says Sue Cameron

Pensions regulator learnt of BHS sale in media

Investigation into chain could take until the end of this year

Illustration of Tina Green by Joe Cummings
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Tina Green, retail queen

A spotlight falls on the fashion power couple who built a shopping empire, writes Mark Vandevelde

Green calls on MP to quit BHS inquiry

Retail tycoon hits out after Frank Field says knighthood could be stripped

Sir Philip Green’s statement

‘How can this be a balanced hearing based on this outrageous outburst this afternoon?’

The Greens both have questions to answer

Sir Philip runs the couple’s extensive UK retail businesses but Lady Green is the main owner

Green agrees to speak of BHS without wife

Sir Philip Green to be quizzed without wife, says committee head

Green agrees to face MP questions on BHS

Tycoon’s wife excused as separate Insolvency Service probe ordered

MP calls on Green to ‘respond promptly’

Select committee chairman wants to question entrepreneur on BHS

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

BHS, British Home Stores, on Oxford street, London.
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Pensions chiefs to give evidence on BHS

Deeper reasons behind BHS pension woes

Reliance on low-yielding bonds eats into the industry

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

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’s finances under Philip Green

Complex transactions involve property and dividends

BHS owner attacks Green over blocked loan

Chappell claims dispute over pensions hampered rescue efforts

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 the UK retailer’s collapse

Buffett, Green and a tale of billionaires

One is probably not as angelic as portrayed; the other likely not as diabolical, writes Andrew Hill

BHS collapse sparks pensions probe

Inquiry into £571m deficit as retail failure puts 11,000 jobs at risk

BHS and the demonisation of Philip Green

Retail chain’s collapse reads like a contemporary morality tale

BHS goes into administration

Rescue efforts stall, leaving 11,000 jobs at risk

BHS in last-ditch talks to avert collapse

Group would be biggest retail failure since Woolworths in 2008

BHS still waiting on £60m rescue loan

Credit facility has not materialised four weeks after agreement

BHS fights to stem decade of decline

Retailer faces crunch vote next week to avoid administration

Pension regulator must press Green on BHS

Rules about responsibility for benefits should be tested in this case

BHS tests Pension Protection Fund

Osborne’s economy drive should cut the number of Budgets

BHS staff face immediate cuts to pensions

Current and ex-employees under 60 face reductions of at least 10%

Green should dig deeper in BHS pensions haggle

Watchdog needs to extract more than the £80m offered

BHS seeks to offload £571m pension deficit

Shortfall is about 10 per cent larger than it was three years ago

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