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Retail appointments for the week

Richard Murray officially starts at Premier; Ceres Life hires new GM; Little Birdie expands leadership team; JD.com appo...

Richard Murray talks transition to Premier

On Paul Zahra’s Retail Therapy podcast, Murray said the opportunity to work with a new business after almost two decades...

Premier Retail sets record guidance as Covid strategies pay off

CEO Mark McInnes says Mother’s Day sales set a new record for the group, helping drive strong overall May sales.

Richard Murray leaving JB Hi-Fi for Premier Retail this August

Murray spent 18 years at JB Hi-Fi, but said it's time to take on a new challenge.
Solomon Lew and Mark McInnes

Premier Retail CEO steps down, replacement search begins

McInnes said he wishes to commit more time to his family than his current role will allow.
Solomon Lew and Mark McInnes

Premier expects first-half earnings to skyrocket 75 to 85 per cent

“The challenges posed by Covid-19 are the greatest set of risks I have ever seen in more than six decades in retail,” Le...

Scentre Group targets Premier Retail for next wave of shutdowns

Move comes after Scentre Group boss Peter Allen doubled down on fixed rents moving forward.

Premier Retail’s sales slump in second half

As with much of the retail industry however, online sales skyrocketed.

Fashion seems to lift Lew’s mood

Premier Investments' fashion brands have posted an impressive first half.

Inside Retail Top 50 influential retailers list

Wesfarmers’ Rob Scott rises to the top.

Australia’s 2018 financial year

The 2018 financial year results were arguably better than might have been expected.

Retailers prepare for battle ahead

Local retailers batten down the hatches.

Fashion retail’s continued struggle

There were more than a few glum faces peering into champagne glasses around the Virgin Melbourne Fashion Festival staged...

The agony and ecstasy of half-yearly results

First half sales results from ASX-listed retailers confirm continuing difficult retail conditions.

Amazon’s attack on Aussie retailers

E-commerce giant could do much more damage to online retailers Kogan, Shoes of Prey, Surfstitch and Temple and Webster.