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Super Retail suffers lockdown sales slump

Super Retail suffers lockdown sales slump

Super Retail Group has faltered at the starting line of FY22 following a strong year, with sales across all of its brands falling throughout the firs...
Australia Post invests in South Australia ahead of Christmas rush
Alone and thriving: Inside China’s singles economy
Why coffee is a natural progression for Who Gives a Crap
Everyhuman launches Australia’s first different-sized shoe program

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Super Retail suffers lockdown sales slump

However, with states now exiting lockdown, the business remains hopeful for the holiday period.

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Kogan’s first quarter signals recovery from difficult FY21

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Collins Foods points to small-box formats for KFC

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Are you ready? Revenge spending is on its way

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Burberry names new CEO

Akeroyd will succeed Marco Gobbetti, who will step down from the role and leave Burberry by the end of this year.