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Where to now for Myer?

Execution issues underpin “unsatisfactory” half.

Back to the future for Coles

Wesfarmers eyes new horizons.

Local retailers buck the trend

Good news is on the way for endangered species in bricks-and-mortar retail.

Trouble in the waters

Rocky week for franchises.

Retailers prepare for battle ahead

Local retailers batten down the hatches.

Umbers and the long goodbye

Time for a new direction.

A rocky half for local retailers

The halfway mark of FY18 is looming as a watershed period for the retail industry in Australia.

A new suitor for Specialty Fashion Group?

An uncertain future for multi-brand retailer.

Oroton: A tale of struggle

After a grim-looking period at the end of the year, there’s now some hope on the horizon for the luxury leather goods brand.

Chemist giants go head to head

Pharmacy chains: To float or not to float?

More woe in store for Steinhoff

South African-headquartered, Frankfurt-listed retailer continues to battle multiple accounting investigations.

Rocky waters ahead for franchises

Challenges lie ahead for Franchised Food Company and Retail Food Group.

A tough road ahead for Metcash

A crystal ball look into the future.

A rocky future ahead for Aussie retailers

Iconic Aussie brands – Oroton and Billabong – both face an uncertain future. Where did it all go wrong?

Myer stuck in limbo

Lew wins tactical battle at the 2017 AGM of shareholders.

What lies ahead at Wesfarmers?

Change is afoot at Wesfarmers.

Lew adds more fuel to the Myer fire

The Myer drama continues.

Not waving, but drowning?

With the upcoming AGM in a couple of weeks, what will the future hold for the once iconic brand?

Weathering the storm

Christmas may be a struggle for retailers this year, but JB Hi-Fi and Super Retail Group have strategies in place to surviving the festive season.

Myer board faces AGM wrangle

Department store retailer’s much beleaguered board faces a slew of challenges at its upcoming annual general meeting.

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