A huge blockade is being built to stop homeless people sleeping outside an empty department store. The wooden barrier - around 10 ft tall - was being constructed today in the entrance of BHS on South.. Exeter Express and Echo Also reported by •Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette
The firm originally appointed to handle the collapse of BHS has criticised the company's largest unsecured creditor for trying to control the process.
BHS fell into administration in April last year.. City A.M.
Britain's Pensions Regulator has formally begun "enforcement action" against Philip Green, the former owner of BHS, to plug a hole in the collapsed department store's pension fund,.. Source: Rumble -
MPs ramp up the pressure on former BHS owner Sir Philip Green by unanimously recommending he is stripped of his knighthood, following the collapse of British Home Stores. Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -
Those set to benefit include disgraced advisers to former BHS owner Sir Philip Green (pictured) and the son of Sir Martin Sorrell, the fat-cat boss of WPP who was the FTSE 100's top earner last year. MailOnline
2016's events made fools of most pundits, and looking back at my column exactly a year ago, I fared little better.
True, I correctly said that Santander UK would re-engage in an effort to buy Royal.. City A.M.
Professional advisers working on the BHS case have raked in £1m in just six weeks even as the retailer's former workers wait on Sir Philip Green to make a contrbution to the BHS pension black.. City A.M.
2016 has been an interesting year to say the least.
There has of course been a plethora of notable political events over the past 12 months, but there’s also been plenty going on in the business.. City A.M.
The fate of the former BHS store in Plymouth remains unclear, three months after it closed.The BHS department store in Cornwall Street is still locked up following the chain's collapse in April.In 2015.. Plymouth Herald
It's been quite a year - but that has also given rise to some of the most outrageous business and political utterances in recent memory.
Do you know your Mike Ashley from Sir Philip Green? Have you.. City A.M.
Let's face it, a lot's happened this year.
2016 was the year that brought us surprise, seismic political changes, pushed commodities markets through yet more turbulence and took down another.. City A.M.
Sir Philip Green, the former owner of BHS, wants regulators to force his successor to contribute towards plugging the black hole in the collapsed company’s pension fund, according to reports.
A.. City A.M.
It's been a busy year in the City of London and beyond.
Sir Philip Green, Mike Ashley, Brexit and Donald Trump have kept City A.M. busy.
*Read more*: Editor's 2016 review: What a year it has.. City A.M.
The pensions watchdog has so far incurred external costs of at least £1.4m from its investigation into BHS and Sir Philip Green, City A.M. has learned.
The money, nearly £400,000 of which is in.. City A.M.