Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2134

IRWA sneak peek at what’s featured in tomorrow’s issue of Inside Retail Weekly….

David Jones and Country Road in management shake up

Under a restructure, Woolworths Holdings will now be the parent company for David Jones and the Country Road.

Oroton stake to drive growth for The Daily Edited

Oroton has given leather accessories start-up The Daily Edited a $2.7 million cash injection, allowing the small business to expand into Singapore and the US.

From the source: Phil McNutt, Sunglass Hut

We chat with the president about engaging with millennials, staying relevant and keeping up with the customer buying cycle.

Opinion: It’s time to think outside the square

According to Credit Suisse, the key to Target’s revival is to sell off Kmart. But is it the lifeline that Target needs, or is it a case of simply throwing the baby out with the bathwater?

Feature: Retailers prepare for rocky times ahead

When the going gets tough, retailers look to take proprietary brands into battle against international competitors.

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