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Some of Australia’s biggest retail brands are fighting for survival.
Department store giant stumbles in turnaround.
New bill holds franchisors accountable.
Choppy waters ahead for retailers.
Local retailers taste overseas success.
Pizza giant delivers sobering results.
Earnings season is well and truly here. Here’s a round-up of those retailers that have enjoyed some rosy results and others that are set to for a struggle in the future.
The online behemoth is finally coming to Australia, searching for space and recruiting staff, but it doesn’t mean that all retailers should fear its arrival on our shores.
SRG looks to fortify its sports division against impending physical entry of Amazon and two new multi-channel international retailers.
As Ian Morrice bows out of Metcash, he’s leaving behind a business with great challenges ahead but a sound financial base.
David Jones eyes off challenges that lie ahead.
Big W’s big plans for the future.
Munro fuses with footwear company.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for several Australian food franchises, who have struggled with failed IPOs and diminishing share prices.
Coles has no intention of meekly surrendering the gains it has made in the past decade to a renewed Woolworths, expanding Aldi and Costco store networks.
Wesfarmers continues to battle negative sentiment from some investment analysts about its foray into the home improvement market in the UK.
Chilly winds of current economic climate are blowing through the retail industry and shaping major boardroom decisions.
The agony and ecstasy of specialty retailing.
Will the governments budget encourage consumers to open their wallets again?
The challenges confronting Big W and Target are also impacting on The Reject Shop.