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Priceline stores caught selling fake goods

Priceline stores caught selling fake goods

Pharmacy chain Priceline has suffered reputational fallout after fake beauty products were discovered to be sold from four of the group’s Sydney outlets. The chain has instituted a recall on the product – b...
JB Hi-Fi staff talk of gender discrimination and harassment
Amazon to launch luxury stores
Zara-owner Inditex posts $315 million half year loss despite second quarter rebound
Ikea opens dedicated second-hand stores, expanding circular furniture goal

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Booktopia sales spike 28 per cent as lockdown feeds book lovers

Bookseller shipped 30,000 items a day in FY20.

Coles commits to power Queensland sites with ten-year renewables deal

Coles continues push to become Australia's most sustainable supermarket.

Harvey Norman profit up 185.8 per cent, excluding Melbourne

Comparable sales rose 30.3 per cent across Harvey Norman's global business.

Harris Farm Markets plans two Brisbane stores

Both stores will offer products from more than 300 Queensland growers.

JB Hi-Fi staff talk of gender discrimination and harassment

Staff allegedly feel afraid to speak out after seeing past harassment claims dismissed.

Online spend to change “beyond this pandemic”: GlobalData

Thousands of Australians have been pushed online for the first time during the Covid-19 pandemic, which is beginning to ...

Amazon to launch luxury stores

The company said more brands will launch at Luxury Stores in coming weeks and seasons.

Priceline stores caught selling fake goods

The chain has instituted a recall on the product which had been sourced “from an unauthorised and invalid source".

The Athlete’s Foot launches activewear online

The Athlete’s Foot has stepped into a new category, now stocking activewear and performance clothing on its website. The...

Zara-owner Inditex posts $315 million half year loss despite second quarter rebound

Fashion business saw strong sales growth after Covid-19 restrictions relaxed.
Ikea used furniture

Ikea opens dedicated second-hand stores, expanding circular furniture goal

Ikea is to open its second second-hand furniture store in its home country, Sweden, expanding its commitment to the circ...
Marketing

How brands can cut through the noise

Trends come and go, but a solid reputation and a consistent brand message will stand the test of time.
Management

Hiring teams: The new corporate M&A

Clever businesses know that employing high-performing teams is a trend that’s set to grow in the future.
Sustainability

How Barcelona Bridal Week is going digital

Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week launches app to online stream event for the first time.

Permanent support for JobSeeker needed for sustainable recovery, says ARA

Support for JobSeeker or similar scheme is needed for Australia to have sustainable recovery, says head of ARA.

Thousands of JobKeeper double-dipping tips

Thousands of businesses have potentially rorted JobKeeper payments but none have been penalised.
Ligne Roset Perth

Ligne Roset set to open its first Perth store in Claremont

French contemporary furniture company Ligne Roset is set to launch its first store in Perth, in the suburb of Claremont.
Brendan Santamaria

Seafolly names new CEO after bouncing back from voluntary administration

The former CEO of Designworks will lead the iconic swimwear brand that has just emerged from administration.

David Jones launches Flower Show

David Jones has introduced virtual guided tours led by horticulture experts, with behind-the-scenes content to be made a...

Laybuy shares climb 45pc on ASX debut

New Zealand buy now pay later provider Laybuy has had a solid debut on the ASX after listing.