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The end of the checkout signals a dire future for those without the right skills

In the coming decade we might see radically larger numbers of jobs lost to automation.

Online competition didn’t kill Jeanswest. Boring retail killed Jeanswest.

Our contributor takes a closer look at one of the larger administrations of January.

Another year of muddling through: Deloitte

Consumer and business confidence has been “cratered” by a few causes and this summer’s bushfires will not have helped.

Kogan posts rise in half year revenue and profits

The online retailer says more and more Australians have opted to save money on most products and services during the holidays.

Bushfire and drought impact Super Retail’s start to the year

Super Retail Group still delivered sales growth over the first half of 2020.

Australian dollar declines

Aussie dollar falls against US counterpart.

Sezzle fined, receives California lending licence

Buy now, pay later company agrees to pay about $450,000 in fine.

Crumpler’s Australian Open collection to feature Melbourne’s renowned laneways

Melbourne-based bag brand’s courtside pop-up space will be open to guests from January 20 to February 2.

Bose shutting stores across Australia, North America, Europe, Japan

Almost half of the retailer’s physical locations will be shuttered globally.

A life of long weekends is alluring, but the shorter working day may be more practical

Would employees be better off working fewer hours a day or having a longer weekend?