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Bricks-and-mortar retailers bounce back

Aussie shoppers are flocking back to traditional bricks-and-mortar retailers. But the retailers are failing to cash in, according to new research. The data comes from...

Dick Smith Foods – another scalp for ALDI?

Dick Smith says he is closing his food business to avoid bankruptcy, blaming the "extreme capitalism" of ALDI. Dick Smith Foods will be shut down...

Coles serves up recyclable packaging for meat

Coles says it will be Australia’s first national supermarket retailer to introduce recyclable packaging for fresh meat and poultry trays. According to the supermarket, the...

Is the future of Woolworths cashless?

Woolworths says it has no plans for all its stores to have cashless registers only, but acknowledges use of cash is falling in some...

Tesco to launch discount chain to take on Lidl and ALDI

A new Tesco discount chain could launch in the UK as early as September to take on cut-price German giants, according to media reports. Industry...

Coles board takes shape ahead of demerger

Wesfarmers today confirmed it had made good progress with preparations for a demerger of its Coles division. It also announced a number of proposed non-executive...

ALDI bags fourth Canstar Blue award in five years

ALDI has won its fourth Canstar Blue Most Satisfied Customers Award in the Supermarket category for 2018. The low-cost retailer topped the field for overall...

A golden night for Accredited Distributors

Accredited Distributors hosted its yearly trade show earlier this month, attracting more than 1250 attendees. About 70 exhibitors showcased their product ranges, new lines and...

Amazon Prime Day attracts ‘record’ customers

Amazon claims record numbers of customers visited amazon.com.au on Amazon Prime Day, its “exclusive shopping event for Prime members”. Amazon says July 16 and 17...

Nine in ten Aussies don’t understand use of personal data

More than 90 per cent of Australians “lack understanding” of how leading apps use their personal data, according to new research. The ‘Privacy Report’ by...

Coles commits to ‘game-changing’ Sydney community

Coles and Liquorland are the first retailers to commit to Ed.Square, a new community in south-west Sydney. Frasers Property’s leasing campaign for the “game-changing” Ed.Square...

Lush launches $2m back-pay scheme after payroll failure

Cosmetics retailer Lush Australia has announced a $2 million national back-pay scheme after discovering serious payroll-system errors. The errors are said to date back to...
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