Kathmandu earnings set to recover

Outdoor apparel retailer revises earlier profit warning as colder weather boosts sales.

David Jones sales in Q4 surge

Retailer records strongest sales growth in almost four years ahead of takeover.

Don’t bank on a consumer cash splash

Consumer sentiment has recovered to its pre-budget levels but slow wage growth and rising unemployment mean a sustained increase in household spending is unlikely to follow.

Noni B downgrades FY earnings expectations

Womenswear retailer flags a full-year loss at the sharper end of earlier guidance.

Ex Myer manager Jeffrey Flanagan charged with fraud

Accused Myer fake Andrew Jeffrey Flanagan has appeared in court this morning.

Kogan takes on discount smartphone market with 4G handset

Online retailer partners with Benq on $229 Android smartphone.

Retail growth tipped in Sept qtr

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Retail spending growth is expected to remain strong despite a slowdown after the federal budget.

Lew accepts Woolworths' Country Road offer

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Retail veteran reaps $210 million from stake sale to new David Jones owner.

Woolworths' head of transformation departs

Veteran employee Julie Coates leaves the retailer.

Flight Centre flags profit growth

Group says most travelers opting to maintain bookings with Malaysia Airlines, or other carriers.

FIRB clears Woolworths' Country Road bid

South African retailer's takeover offer now unconditional, offer to close August 11.

Amazon widens second-quarter loss

Sales jump fails to lift e-commerce giant to profit in second quarter.

Woolworths cautioned on ‘bank’ claims

APRA warns supermarket chain on ‘bank’ term, stops short of punishment: report.

Ex-Woolworths exec to lead Wal-Mart US

Greg Foran takes reins as head of US operations for world's largest retailer.

Cameron's DSG to shed 1300 jobs

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Discount retailers Crazy Clark's, Sam's Warehouse continue to close stores.

The political cost of Germany's uber-competitiveness

The frugal and efficient mentality that has driven Aldi's retail success also drives Germany's attitudes towards economic policy, but it is winning the nation few friends in the eurozone.

Woolworths would have walked rather than pay over $4: Cairns

David Jones chairman defends price of takeover.

DJs chairman was ‘unconcerned’ by Lew’s stake

Gordon Cairns says he thought it was unlikely that Solomon Lew would block the Woolworths bid.

Ex-Woolworths CFO joins Stockland

Property group to add Tom Pockett to its board of directors from September 1.