Sir Philip is reported to have offered £80 million towards the BHS pension deficit of £571 million
BHS is expected to file for administration on Monday, putting 11,000 jobs at risk
Private equity boss David Bonderman, reportedly the 209th richest man in America, turns 70 next week. According to the BBC's business editor, Robert Peston, the co-founder of TPG Capital celebrated the milestone in Vegas with a private gig from Sir Paul McCartney. Bonderman is said by Forbes magazine to be worth in the region of $2bn, and a decade ago celebrated his 60th in similar style, with musical performances by The Rolling Stones and and a stand-up set by Robin Williams. That party cost him $7m.
One is the grande dame of the high street, a reliable mainstay of the retail world that first opened its doors in 1909. The other is a family whose international fame began in 2007 when one of its members was featured in one of the most successful sex tapes of all time.
Thousands join online group as demonstrators vow to 'Occupy the Stock Exchange' today
Kenwright admits Goodison outfit are under pressure to also sell Baines, Fellaini and Howard to reduce debts
Chloe Green has joined the cast of 'Made In Chelsea'.
Successful women are forever judged on their appearance. So why shouldn't men suffer the same fate, asks Harriet Walker
Can online petitions ever pack as much of a punch as pen and ink? Alice-Azania Jarvis investigates
Unlike those broads who live on that bit of the Venn diagram where smug socialites overlap with weirdos who campaign for murderers on Death Row, I don't know if Julian Assange is innocent or guilty of being a sex-pest. But I DO know that he is a wonderful thing in that he has given us an up-close-and-personal viewing of that rare bird, the Lefty Lothario, in all his tawdry glory.
The Government will publish plans to close Corporation Tax loopholes today, which could help raise an extra £2bn for the exchequer over the next five years.
Sir Philip Green, the tycoon behind the Topshop to Bhs retail empire, vowed his group would be debt-free in two years' time as he unveiled a "solid" 6.4 per cent rise in its profits yesterday.
The retailer says he knows how to slash Government waste. But why stop there? Andy McSmith imagines a state run on his ideas
Yet many big departments are still in talks over scale of cuts
Britain's sixth richest man is a ruthless deal-maker. But as he enters politics, will his lifestyle and financial affairs survive scrutiny?
The Government's hiring of Alan Milburn as its "social mobility tsar" provides the most seismic event of its kind for a very long time ... possibly as long ago as the appointment of puritan £5m birthday-party man Philip Green as our anti-profligate spending tsar.