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Max Brenner sign of broader trend, analysts warn

The cafe chain is the latest in a string of collapses in the food industry.

Risk growing in fast-food delivery

New research predicts broad-based change in emerging sector.

Wesfarmers, Woolworths remain at the helm of top 1000 Aussie companies

Annual list sees major retailers maintain ranking.

Company heads split on AI business case

Retail leaders unsure over the future of human and machine partnerships.

Noni B beats the fashion blues

Retailer takes 'aggressive approach' to trading within Australia’s beleaguered women’s fashion category.

Amazon subsidiary adds more Aussie chapters

Book e-tailer quietly expands local operations.

Christmas proves easy prey for bargain hunters

Global research company predicts consumers will spend less this Christmas compared to the previous year.

The growth of supermarket phantom brands

A look at the opportunities and risks encountered when retailers like Woolworths launch phantom brands.

Demand for fast fashion grows

Design and cost conscious consumers boost fast fashion industry.

Milan Direct named market leader

Milan Direct takes top spot in the online furniture space for third consecutive year.

Online grocery, fashion tipped to soar

2015 to be a boom year for a broad array of Australian industries, including retail.

Coffee culture keeps industry brewing

The proliferation of coffee drinking causes an explosion in the number of boutique coffee shops.

Cards on the way out

Contactless transactions to replace card payments by 2020.

Online cosmetic sales to slow

Subdued growth forecast for online perfume and cosmetics industry.

Father’s Day spend tipped to soar

Consumers to splurge on dad this year, with an unlikely category expected to lead the charge.