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A lifetime of retail – nothing better

Dave Farrell looks back on 30 years in an 'incomparable' industry.

Retail cultures reflect leadership

A realisation that the company name is not the overriding brand nor is product and price-point decisive factors.

The retail plunge from mediocrity

The compulsion for conformity is nothing other than a guise by ambivalent support offices and ivory towers in a corporat...

SRG welcomes new CIO

Super Retail Group appoints former John Lewis leader to new role.

Priceline scores ace with tennis star

Company secures ambassadorship with popular player as part of 2016 Kooyong Classic.
Stores

From the Source: Stuart Machin

Inside Retail chats to Target MD, Stuart Machin, about the company's ongoing transformation strategy.

Toy maker wins entrepreneur award

Co-CEO of Aussie toy company takes out top prize at EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
People

From The Source: David Jordan, Baskins-Robbins

Inside Retail chats to Brisbane-based David Jordan, GM of Baskins-Robbins Australia.

New CIO for Federation Centres

Property group names new chief investment officer.
Stores

In Depth: Richard Umbers on ‘New Myer’

Myer CEO opens up on strategy, staffing and our new PM.
Convenience

Tables turn on 7-Eleven

Jared Dickson delves into the world of hurt that 7-Eleven is in.

Billabong director resigns

Director resigns over potential conflict with investment portfolio.

Coming out as a retailer

Without exception we can attribute success or failure of a retail business to people, says Dennis Price.

What about the staff?

Brian Walker wonders why people and employees are never mentioned in business strategy plans.