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Damaged Goods: The Inside Story of Sir Philip Green, the Collapse of BHS…

by Oliver Shah

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In March 2015, British businessman and the chairman of Arcadia Group Sir Philip Green sold BHS for e1 to Retail Acquisitions, owned by Dominic Chappell, a serial bankrupt who filed BHS for administration shortly after. By April 2016, BHS had debts of e1.3bn, including a pensions deficit of e571m. Damaged Goodsfollows Green's journey to the big time, the sale of BHS and the subsequent investigation that concluded with Green paying e363m to the Pensions Regulator. In Damaged Goods, Oliver Shah, the award-winning journalist who first broke the story, shines a light on Green's past and Arcadia's uncertain future; this is the extraordinary account of the retail magnate Sir Philip Green's life and his relationship with the high street.

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