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 -
The UK's biggest private companies and those with large pension schemes should have to abide by the same financial reporting rules as listed firms to ensure the fallout from the collapse of BHS is.. City A.M.
The Insolvency Service has ramped up its investigation into the collapse of BHS, and has told MPs that if it decides to take action against the company's former directors, it will do so before April.. City A.M.
The fall during the seven weeks from Black Friday to the New Year was almost double the overall 6.5 per cent drop at Green’s Arcadia group, which also includes Wallis and Dorothy Perkins. MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk
Sir Philip Green’s fashion brand Topshop suffered a like-for-like sales drop of nearly 11 per cent over Christmas, the most important shopping period of the year.
The Sunday Times has reported.. City A.M.
Pensions of former BHS workers must be safeguarded under any deal struck by billionaire tycoon Sir Philip Green, chair of the Work and Pensions Committee Frank Field has said.
Green, who sold BHS.. City A.M.
The boss of pharmaceutical giant GSK - who has himself been knighted - has said that businesspeople should not be rewarded with knighthoods.
Sir Philip Hampton told MPs that because top bosses.. City A.M.
At the bottom of a ditch on Shirehampton golf course a gruesome discovery was made, which has left police baffled for nearly 50 years.The body of 11-year-old Philip Green spread out on a bed of beeches.. Bristol Post
Stop the clock: the DWP’s consultation on the pensions levy ended this morning.
So far, so boring. Well - boring but important for things like fairness, competition and the state not interfering.. City A.M.
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