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Food spend hurt by power costs: Coles boss

Consumers tightening their belts when it comes to buying food.


Hermes sales hit €2 billion for first half

French luxury group confirms positive momentum of its ready-to-wear, accessories, silk and textiles lines.


Retailers salvaged by overseas buyout

Menswear brands bailed by management sale.


Do you want fries with that?

Why do business owners tolerate mediocre sales people?


Jimmy Choo sold for $1.5 billion

Luxury chain takes over shoes and accessories chain.

Kathmandu 2

Kathmandu’s two for two director swap

Outdoor apparel retailer announces raft of board changes.


Apparel retailing – where to from here?

Part two: Maybe retailers are the rats and the customers have conditioned us.


Uniqlo releasing JW Anderson collaborative range

Fast fashion retailer to get a touch of tweed.


Retail Food Group continues global expansion strategy

Food group secures rights in “key growth market”.


Accessories retailer launches global e-commerce platform

Aussie brand charts global growth after ‘unprecedented sales’ over last 18 months.


The importance of measuring in-store actions from digital media

Both Google and Facebook are working feverishly to get there and are expected to announce developments in this area soon.

business technology, pricing strategy

What would you do today if you knew what would happen in 17 years’ time?

Executives don’t really want to know what the future will be like.

Yop Polls

Schwarz Group, Aldi and the big two
How will the Aussie entry of either Kaufland or Lidl impact the supermarket industry?


Topshop parent to launch style-led childrenswear brand.

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Most challenges can be overcome if we want to do it and we have the technology to do it.

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Pureplay retailer bolsters portfolio with new business.

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