Nike posted first-quarter sales that missed Wall Street estimates as production and shipping delays hobbled the company’s efforts to meet strong demand for shoes and athletic wear.
Having warned about the impact on its modular construction business, the group says east coast lockdowns are now also hurting its RV products arm.
‘Listen here, fellas’: If a corporate titan has his way, Australians won’t be able to enter shopping malls without proof of vaccination.
Apple will give store employees as much as $US1000 ($1383) in bonuses next month, a rare move that follows a tumultuous effort to get its retail operations back on track after pandemic shutdowns.
Retail kingpin Solomon Lew has called for shopping centre visitors to be screened for coronavirus on entry rather than the burden fall to individual stores.
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Coca Cola Amatil has recalled a popular product amid concerns it could cause illness due to a toxin produced by mould.
The Piccadilly Arcade could house some of the stranded Carillon City businesses by the end of the year.
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Afterpay have announced it will launch a new world-first feature called Afterpay Retro with its lifestyle app Money, which will begin rolling out next month.
Small Business Minister Reece Whitby has urged real estate trust Dexus to let struggling businesses take advantage of the festive shopping period.
Australian buy now, pay later group Zip Co is expanding into the Indian market as the company looks to grow its global presence.
Big names in Perth’s hospitality industry throw weight behind multimillion-dollar centre redevelopment, with 30 venues set to open next month.
Global real estate trust Dexus has confirmed retailers must leave by October 31 — just ahead of the pre-Christmas rush — after an eviction letter from their lawyers to tenants this week.
The retail landscape in Perth’s CBD has been dealt another blow, with most shops in Carillon City Arcade to close at the end of October.
A popular gadget used by social media influencers has been recalled over fears a defect could have fatal consequences for children.
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Woolworths has announced a major change that will affect its own-brand products.
Three Victorian regions have spent their first day back in lockdown, with businesses closing their doors for what they hope will be the last time.
Woolworths has big plans to get its supermarket workers jabbed as they continue to operate at the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.
Just as Australia’s parcel delivery network buckles under the strain of an online shopping boom, couriers plan to walk off the job.
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At an estimated cost of $82m, it is expected to process 14,000 parcels per hour.
The department store chain has returned to profit thanks in large part to soaring demand from locked-down online shoppers.
The pharmacy network has backed a $1.55-a-share offer that adds 17¢ to Wesfarmers’ opening offer two months ago.
A children's product stocked at Target stores across Australia has been urgently recalled over concerns it could cause injury.
The State Government-owned refiner says demand for minted products during COVID-19 was the strongest in its 122-year history.
Shares of Crocs soared to a record high after the footwear retailer said it expects its revenue to climb to more than $US5 billion ($6.8b) by 2026.
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