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How online retailers have unwittingly fuelled far-right extremists
It’s disturbingly easy to buy racist products if you know what you’re looking for. Image: Bigstock

How online retailers have unwittingly fuelled far-right extremists

One of the most widely shared images from the attack on the US Capitol two weeks ago was of a middle-aged man wearing a sweatshirt emblazoned with the phrase ‘Camp Auschwitz’.  The image sparked a rang...
How Uniqlo is upping the ante on circular fashion
Why crazy rich Hong Kongers are loving resale
How digital transformation has left retailers vulnerable to cyber-attacks
Mosaic Brands doubled Black Friday sales in 2020

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Are free delivery, returns as important to Aussie online shoppers as is believed?

Research on Australian online shopping behaviour suggests providing free returns or free delivery may not be so importan...

Five Guys launching first Australian store in Penrith

The store is expected to open in mid-2021, with construction to start soon.

“It’s bonkers”: Say hi to Australia’s first fashion cryptocurrency

Australian Brands Alliance founder Paul Elsibai is set to launch cryptocurrency platform, Swappay, which aims to transfo...

Kogan racks up another $310,800 in fines for breaching spam laws

Kogan sent over 42 million marketing emails to its customers that didn’t include the ability to easily unsubscribe – a b...

Where art meets fashion: Country to Couture comes to Melbourne

Indigenous design is underrepresented in Australian fashion. This annual event is working to change that.

Li Ning to buy up Clarks footwear for US$69 million

Viva China aims to buy up 51 per cent of the footwear retailer.

Champion launches second line of sustainable streetwear

The ‘Washed Black’ line is created from a minimum of 45 per cent pre-consumer recycled cotton, and features new women’s ...

Real-time connection is critical to any successful digital transformation

Digital transformation is the way to navigate the “new NOT normal” as to equip your organisation with tools flexible-ye...

Ryderwear to launch a store that doubles as a gym in February

The store will allow the brand, which has traditionally sold through distributors and its online platform, to sell direc...

Super Retail Group betting big on online after record half

With e-commerce sales hitting $237 million, chief executive Anthony Heraghty said online is “no longer a side project”.
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Retail news around the globe

Nike partners with Black Girl Ventures; Versace reopens at the Four Seasons; Asos lifts profit and more.

Kmart’s next turnaround? Digital

Analysts see the retailer’s recent partnership with Catch as a much-needed boost to its digital capabilities.

JB Hi-Fi half-year profit up 86 per cent despite temporary store closures

Online sales rose 161.7 per cent to $678.8 million and represented 13.7 per cent of the total $4.9 billion sales.
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Premier Retail CEO steps down, replacement search begins

McInnes said he wishes to commit more time to his family than his current role will allow.

Cotton On expanding local DC to strengthen operations

The expansion will bring the total size of the DC to 45,000 sqm and will create up to an additional 100 jobs.