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Goldman Sachs' evidence on BHS shows why you want them in your corner

Goldman Sachs were one of the few parties to warn Sir Philip Green's Arcadia that Dominic Chappell, the man who bought BHS for £1 last year, had a history of bankruptcy and his takeover deal looked sketchy. The investment bank wasn't...Show More Summary

The Bank of England is to blame for the BHS pension crisis

I never thought I'd say this, but I'm starting to feel sorry for the billionaire who is the current "unacceptable face of capitalism." Retail tycoon Sir Philip Green has been pelted by MPs and the press ever since BHS collapsed last month, putting 11,000 jobs at risk. Show More Summary

Sentence first, verdict later. Rushing to judgement over BHS

Sir Philip Green potentially makes for a good pantomime villain.  He has never gone out of his way to charm the public and he has contacts in elite political circles.  His wealth is fabulous and flaunted.  His tax management strategies have blazed across the front pages of the newspapers.  And now his former flagship company […]

'Abused', 'a-typical' and a £300 million pension blackhole: Here's what we learned from the first day of the BHS inquiry

The inquiry by MPs into the collapse of BHS last month began on Monday, focusing the spotlight on Sir Philip Green, the retail billionaire who sold the chain for £1 last year. Green and his companies put up another entity as a guarantor...Show More Summary

Take a look around your local BHS and it's not hard to see why it's in trouble

The 88-year-old British department store BHS fell into administration last week, putting 11,000 jobs at risk. Retail billionaire Sir Philip Green bought the department store in 2000 for £200 million but sold it last year for just £1....Show More Summary

Sir Philip Green's Topshop retail empire is actually owned by his wife Tina, a 'blonde hurricane' who designs interiors for luxury yachts

Retail billionaire Sir Philip Green is at the centre of a row over the collapse of BHS, with MPs calling for him to be stripped of his knighthood, pay the collapsed retailer's pension deficit, and answer questions on the sale of theShow More Summary

Labour MP John Mann says it's Sir Philip Green's 'job to explain his actions' over the BHS collapse

The verbal battle between MPs and retail billionaire Sir Philip Green over the collapse of BHS, which Green owned until last year, continues to rumble on. Green on Thursday attacked the two Labour MPs chairing inquiries into the collapse in a letter circulated to the press. Show More Summary

Billionaire Sir Philip Green tells MP investigating BHS collapse: 'Stand down'

The row over the collapse of 88-year-old retailer BHS is getting increasingly ugly, with Labour MP Frank Field and former BHS owner Sir Philip Green trading blows in the press. Green, who bought the chain in 2000 for £200 million but...Show More Summary

Here's the full letter Sir Philip Green sent to MPs accusing them of 'public vilification' and a 'trial by media'

Retail billionaire Sir Philip Green has made his first public comments since the collapse of BHS into administration last week, an event that many in the press and Parliament have blamed him for in part. Sir Philip will be grilled by...Show More Summary

A look inside BHS shows you why it's in such a mess

The 88-year-old British department store BHS fell into administration last week, putting 11,000 jobs at risk. Retail billionaire Sir Philip Green bought the department store in 2000 for £200 million but sold it last year for just £1....Show More Summary

There's ANOTHER inquiry into the collapse of BHS — and this one could actually hurt Sir Philip Green

Business Secretary Sajid Javid has asked the Insolvency Service to fast-track an investigation into BHS, which collapsed into administration last week putting 11,000 jobs at risk. In a letter to Sarah Albon, Inspector General and Chief...Show More Summary

Billionaire Philip Green will be grilled twice in Parliament over the collapse of BHS — and MPs are angry

Sir Philip Green, the retail billionaire who sold off BHS for £1 last year before its collapse, is set to be grilled by not one but two sets of MPs over the sale of the business. The Independent reports that both the Work and Pensions...Show More Summary

Philip Green, Public Procurement and BHS Pension Liabilities

Categories: Engaged by Francis Maude in one of his poorer decisions, Sir Philip Green produced an unprofessional and superficial report on government procurement back in 2010, a pack of PowerPoint slides with a distinctly cobbled together look and feel. Show More Summary

Here’s a Detailed Look at Beyoncé’s Ivy Park Athleisure Line

Ahead of this week’s release, here we get an extensive look at Beyoncé’s new athleisure line, Ivy Park. Queen Bey is in partnership with Topshop owner, Sir Philip Green, as they are 50-50 co-owners of the label. For the inaugural delivery, we see a variety of leggings in various rise options; a selection of “second […]

Beyonce Launches Workout Clothing Line

Beyonce's new gig: She's launching an active wear line for women next month. The singer announced the 2016 spring/summer collection Thursday called Ivy Park, a collaboration with Sir Philip Green of the retail giant Arcadia Group. The collection will be available April 14. Beyonce said in a statement that she...

Beyonce Launches Ivy Park Athletic Apparel

Never one to rest on her laurels, Beyoncé Knowles just unveiled a new campaign for her activewear label Ivy Park, including print and video ads. The “Single Ladies” songstress partnered with Philip Green for the 200-piece collection,...Show More Summary

Beyonce’s Clothing Line: Ivy Park, New Workout ‘Athleisure’ Exercise Streetwear [Video]

Beyonce has gotten in on the athleisure trend, with Beyoncé’s new Ivy Park collection. As seen in the following video, Beyonce collaborated with Sir Philip Green to come up with Ivy Park, a collection of workout gear that the singer explains came from experiences from her childhood. Show More Summary

Stop Everything For a Glimpse at Beyoncé's New Activewear Line, IVY PARK

2 months agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

OK, ladies, now let's get in formation. The day has finally come for Beyoncé's activewear line, IVY PARK, a standalone brand and partnership with Sir Philip Green of the Topshop retail family. The Spring/Summer 2016 collection will be...Show More Summary

Beyoncé’s New Athleisure Line Is Called “Ivy Park” and Drops in Two Weeks

Back in November news broke that Beyoncé would be unveiling her very-own line of athleisure gear in tandem with Topshop mogul Philip Green. While at the time it appeared the brand would be dubbed “Parkwood Topshop Athletic,” it has been officially announced that it will in fact go by the name Ivy Park. Queen B and Green […]

You Are Spring

The trees are coming into leaf Like something almost being said; The recent buds relax and spread, Their greenness is a kind of grief. —from “The Trees” by Philip Larkin Thirteen years ago in March 2003, the final semester of… Continue reading ?

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