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Myer to close all stores, stand down 10,000 staff

Department store joins long list of discretionary retailers forced to close due to falling sales.

McDonald’s logo changed to promote social distancing

International fast food chain McDonald’s logo has been altered in some global markets to emphasise the importance of social distancing during the coronavirus crisis.

Fast Retailing to open giant retailtainment venue Uniqlo Park

Japanese fast-fashion retailer to open its largest store yet at the recently refurbished Mitsui Outlet Park in Japan on April 10.

SCCA says it has urged members to show “empathy”

But some landlords have still refused to offer support on rents.

CEOs call for shutdown as more stores close

As the number of store closures rises, some leaders are calling for a government shutdown.

Woolworths to hire 20,000 staff in the next month to meet demand in stores and scale up online

Supermarket giant announced plans to hire 20,000 workers to manage the recent boom in grocery.

Online groceries during the pandemic – a solution?

How supermarkets could quickly ramp up online delivery.

Illustration of people wearing face masks.

Which jobs are most at risk from the coronavirus shutdown?

The immediate impact of the coronavirus shutdown is striking in its magnitude, its speed and its concentration on a small set of industries.

ASX rebound set to continue

Australian investors are likely to see shares rise again at the open of trade after another strong day on US markets.

“Just trying to do the best we can”: Beginning Boutique founder starts medical supply site

Why Sarah Timmerman decided to launch a medical supply business.