Billionaire retail tycoon Sir Philip Green clashed with a Sky News crew in Greece when it tried to question him about the demise of BHS and its estimated £275 million ($359 million) pension deficit. Produced by Joe Daunt. Original reporting by Oscar Williams-Grut Join the conversation about this story »
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One of the central mysteries in the collapse of BHS is the role of Goldman Sachs. The bank, which had worked with former owner Sir Philip Green for 12 years, advised Green on the sale of BHS to Dominic Chappell, a thrice-bankrupt former...Show More Summary
Former BHS boss Sir Philip Green has dismissed a highly critical report into the company’s collapse as the product of “a biased and unfair process.” Responding to a scathing report from two Commons select committees that concluded that...Show More Summary
It is old news that the BHS pension plan was allowed to rot under the ownership of Sir Philip Green. But today, thanks to the report from the House of Commons inquiry into BHS, we finally have the details of how the retirement plan for...Show More Summary
Billionaire Sir Philip Green is threatening to sue one of the key MPs behind a recent report into the collapse of BHS that savaged his reputation. Sir Philip has retained law firm Schillings, a specialist in defamation and reputation management. Show More Summary
A UK Parliament Committee has published a damning report on the practices of Philip Green during his custodianship of BHS. The legislators accuse the businessman of “getting rich” whilst allowing the high-street retailer to languish on “life support”. The problem for the politicians is that his actions, although morally questionable, were entirely legal.
The report into the collapse of the British department store chain, BHS, has been a scathing one, with the UK Business, Innovation and Skills Committee finding Sir Philip Green guilty of systematically extracting large sums of money for himself and failing to address the deficit in the pension fund.
Pressure is mounting on Sir Philip Green to either be stripped of knighthood or give it up, after a Parliamentary report into the collapse of BHS savaged his reputation. Green, who owned the department store from 2000 until last year,...Show More Summary
The former boss of British department store BHS, Sir Philip Green, has been branded the “unacceptable face of capitalism” as a parliamentary inquiry found he systematically extracted huge sums from the collapsed store group while leaving...Show More Summary
Retail billionaire Sir Philip Green has been savaged by MPs in a report into the collapse of department store BHS, which he owned from 2000 until March last year. The Work and Pensions Committee and the Business, Innovation, and Skills...Show More Summary
By Paul Sandle LONDON (Reuters) - Retail tycoon Philip Green's greed and disregard for corporate governance led to the demise of BHS and the loss of 11,000 jobs, a joint parliamentary committee said, calling the collapse of the British...Show More Summary
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Retail tycoon Sir Philip Green and Frank Field MP are spitting venom at each other over the collapse of BHS. Field exploded during Wednesday's session of the Parliamentary inquiry into the collapse of BHS, accusing Green and his company...Show More Summary
The ex-property director of BHS claims former owner Sir Philip Green "couldn't quite let go" of the department store after selling it for £1 last year. Mark Sherwood, who joined BHS after its sale to Dominic Chappell last year, toldShow More Summary