Chief executive Dave Forsey is tagged as the fall guy, but he's still around. And would a truly independent review have turned out like this one?
Chain has been attacked by politicians and unions for paying workers less than the minimum wage and implementing 'Victorian workhouse' conditions at its warehouses
Hermes has become the latest big City institution to sharply criticise the company, but a defeat for Mike Ashley is still not certain. These are some of the possible outcomes
The report is the latest news to highlight disquiet from investors over Ashley’s
Sports Direct has come under increasing pressure to reform its working practices and corporate governance
The payments, back dated to May 2012 for direct employees and agency workers, could be worth up to £1,000 for some staff, Unite estimates
The marvellous thing about privatisation is it introduces choice. If customers trying to get from East Grinstead to London aren’t happy with their rail service, they can choose to use a different rail network – such as the Trans-Siberian Express
Sports Direct represented the very worst of capitalism, with one woman giving birth in a toilet at the warehouse because she was so afraid of losing her job. Owen Smith cannot seriously believe Jeremy Corbyn – who champions workers' rights – is running a similar show
Around 2,000 Sports Direct employees will not get their staff bonus this year after annual profits tumbled 15 per cent
Sir Philip has been called to answer questions by the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee over the collapse of BHS, leaving 11,000 jobs at risk
MPs are preparing to question Sir Philip Green about the sale and collapse of retailer BHS
The billionaire, whose empire includes the Top Shop and Dorothy Perkins, had threatened not to give evidence.
According to Debbie Abrahams MP, a man with heart problems was sanctioned after he had a heart attack during a work capability assessment and therefore couldn’t complete it. Elsewhere, a man who had found himself a job was sanctioned for not looking for another role during the two weeks he had to wait for his job to start
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley, who fines his staff 15 minutes wages for being one minute late, took four months to turn up to his parliamentary grilling, but it was worth the wait
Workers at the factory are not paid overtime and have wages docked for turning up even a minute late. The committee even heard that one woman was allegedly offered a better contract in return for sexual favours, while another had to give birth in the factory’s toilets
Ashley told MPs that workers were fined 15 minutes pay if they were one minute late