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The discount chain has long been a problem for its parent company, but the path to divestment is not smooth.
While the coronavirus crisis is far from over, it will end – eventually. But what sort of economy, workforce and consumer base will we be left with?
Why more major players will fall by the wayside as consumer confidence plummets.
Retailers like Solomon Lew have said they won’t pay rent while stores are closed. Here’s what that means for landlords.
First it was bushfires, then it was floods, and now it’s coronavirus. But is the outbreak worth all the panic and fear?
Even the biggest retailers are putting their hands up.
It isn’t luck that brough JB Hi-Fi success – it’s that the retailer made the right moves every step of the way.
Kaufland’s exit eliminates a potentially dangerous new competitor, but Metcash remains vulnerable.
Why Woolworths Holdings is still holding out hope.
Why the German retailer was willing to cut its losses rather than press on.
What happened to retail’s festive season?
Our contributor considers the possible paths that led to this surprising turn of events.
Special introductory discounts can annoy your existing customer base.
Retailers should steer clear of Black Friday, our contributor argues.
From Dimmeys, to Best & Less, to EziBuy – change is afoot across the sector.
Customers used to tell 20 people if they had a bad experience. Now they broadcast it to thousands.
The retailer’s latest payment blunder isn’t its first.
The online retailer set the world on fire, but it’s facing new challenges.
The liquor, fuel and convenience arms have probably reached the upside potential of growth.
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