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FY20 Archives

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Quick shift online helps Accent Group maintain momentum

The company behind Platypus and Hype DC saw an uptick in both sales and profit despite store closures in FY20.

Super Retail Group CEO confirms permanent online sales bump from Covid

Anthony Heraghty told investors that online sales have "resettled" at a higher level than they were pre-Covid.

Baby Bunting previews positive FY20 results despite challenging times

Specialty retailer expecting 25 per cent increase in EBITDA.

Retail Food Group flags increasing customer numbers in trading update

Franchisor now expecting underling EBITDA of around $35 million for FY20.

Costs weigh on Woolworths as underpayments, redundancies mount

One-off costs related to the Endeavour restructure, underpayments and redundancies associated with an investment in auto...
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Metcash to expand hardware arm with $57m Total Tools acquisition

Wholesale giant announces acquisition plan on the heels of a 3 per cent revenue increase in FY20.

Kogan sees biggest monthly increase in customers since IPO

Strategic investment in marketing resulted in rapid growth in March.

Coles has underpaid staff an estimated $20 million

Underpayment revelation overshadows first-half earnings of $725 million.

Website debacle overshadows solid first half for Baby Bunting

Specialty retailer posts positive H1, but technical issues cause concern.

Kathmandu lifts same-store sales despite slower December

Outdoor retailer says diversification strategy is working.

Beacon profits from DC sale, new lease accounting standard

One-off events drive first-half growth, but trading conditions remain inconsistent.