Outside of DJs’ big news, Wesfarmers has wrapped up its 2013 financial year with the announcement of its sales and profits, while the other major department store chain is investing in its newly acquired fashion label with an international venture.
Pets Paradise sunk into administration last year, but the story is far from over – Jared Dickson provides details of what’s next.
Why did Woolies scrap its Hong Kong intentions? We look at the circumstances surrounding the supermarket giant’s withdrawal from the ParknShop sale race.
Jon Bird takes readers back to the ‘new’ technology of the good old days, Lane Crawford is breaking the department store model, and which Australian retail street has the highest rents? All in this week’s edition of Inside Retail PREMIUM.
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