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Overseas born consumers outspending local shoppers

The profile of the average Australian consumer is rapidly changing.


Fast food operator’s upsized Q1

KFC, Pizza Hut and Starbuck’s franchisor boosted by expanding overseas.


Weak wages weigh on closed wallets

Slump in consumer spending is expected to continue throughout the year as a major headwind for retailers.


Why lowering prices may not be a good strategy

We live in an era of increasing financial stress.


Containing the Amazon offensive

As demonstrated by the likes of Under Armour, Nordstrom, and Best Buy – what does not kill you does make you stronger.


Alibaba Group revenue up but profit down

Larger tax bill plus cloud computing investments impact e-commerce giant’s Q4.


Surfstitch to exit North America

Surfwear e-tailer to double losses and shut overseas arm.

dollar, world, globe, money

Longer boats are arriving and who manned the light house?

Australia is no longer an island economy.


Giordano’s Aussie sales boost

Apparel retailer sees growth after restructure.

Macy's Vegas

Macy’s ninth straight quarterly decline

US retail giant’s latest results “represent a significant deterioration” over recent quarters.

Business man on road heading toward a dollar sign concept

When you run out of retail highway

Just like traditional retailers run out of geography, eventually e-commerce will run out of new customers too.


Apple’s sales dip again

Tech giant reports a surprise fall in second quarter.

Yop Polls

The Amazon effect...
What impact will the e-commerce giant have on Aussie retail?


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