The multimillionaire founder of JJB Sports has struck a deal to lead a break-up of Fitness First, the group that was once Britain's biggest gyms operator. Sky News has learnt that DW Sports, headed by Dave Whelan, formally agreed to a takeover of Fitness First's UK business late last week.
Sir Philip Green is seeking assurances that regulators will abandon a probe into BHS's vast pension deficit if he makes a "voluntary" financial contribution to the retirement pots of thousands of the collapsed chain's former employees. The subject has arisen during discussions between the two sides, sources indicated this weekend.
A company backed by John Malone, the American media tycoon, is leading an $8.5bn (£6.4bn) battle for control of Formula One (F1) motor racing after proposing a deal that would see the sport's owner listed on New York's Nasdaq stock exchange.
Directors of the FTSE-100 mining giant Rio Tinto have severed its relationship with a long-standing City adviser amid anger about its work for rival Glencore two years after cursory talks about a mega-merger of the companies.
A powerful City group whose members manage assets worth a staggering £14trillion will on Thursday take the unprecedented step of publicly criticising corporate governance and working practices at Sports Direct International.
The chief executive of Britain's biggest high street bank will on Wednesday break his silence a fortnight after allegations about his private life sparked anxiety over his long-term commitment to the role.
The overhaul of senior management at Britain's most prominent payday lender will continue this week when a former Travelex executive is appointed to run its British operations. Sky News has learnt that Wonga will announce on Tuesday that Tommy Jordan will replace Tara Kneafsey as the chief executive of its largest division following her recent promotion to run the overall group.
The former Argos and Homebase boss Terry Duddy has been approached about taking over the chairmanship of Findel, the mail order retailer, as it seeks to resolve a row over the influence of Mike Ashley, the tycoon whose sports goods chain is its biggest shareholder.
A state-backed Chinese group is plotting to buy a stake in Liverpool Football Club in a deal valuing the Premier League outfit at more than £700m - even as its American owners insist they have no intention of relinquishing control.
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Selecting a term
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