Coles will cut promotions to stamp-out shopper distrust in the supermarket giant.
It appears the day of the $5 sausage roll are long gone with almost a quarter of 22 per cent of Melbourne's city workers now spending between $15 and $20 for lunch. And we're shopping hard too.
Ikea now offers same-day "click and collect" in Canberra in response to rising customer demand for online shopping.
Coles supermarket sales retreated further in the third quarter as a resurgent Woolworths and fierce price competition weighs on the Wesfarmers-owned chain's performance but there was better news for Bunnings.
Coles's push to take its trolley collection services in-house has helped reduce the amount of underpayment of workers.
Soft drink giant quietly dropped the brand after spending millions trying to launch the beverage.
Luxury Retail Group claims premium handbag-maker Furla's decision to buy back its local stores is a vote of confidence in Australia's rapidly expanding luxury retail sector.
'Aldi Home Deliveries' has been registered with the corporate regulator - but not by Aldi.
Beer, smokes, nappies and Coke have traditionally driven people to supermarkets. But sales in the highly concentrated soft drink market have been declining.
While many people will head to the supermarkets to prepare for Anzac Day, don't expect the the supermarkets to roll out a special advertising campaign for the public holiday.
Retail giant Woolworths is a step closer to putting its disastrous foray into hardware behind it.
Forty-year-old family business Hunter Products has already witnessed the power of the digital giant.
Global online shopping giant Amazon has hit the ground running in Australia, with industrial property agents saying it has signed a lease deal for a large purpose-built warehouse in Sydney's Eastern Creek.
Wesfarmers amped up its strategic battle plans a year ago to deal with the incoming behemoth Amazon.
It's been hyped as the ten-tonne gorilla that's going to smash Australian retail one toaster at a time.
Discount giant launched in Australia with brands including Dolce & Gabbana and ... Ivanka Trump.
Expansion of US online giant will be a game-changer in the country's retail landscape.
The US online retail giant is looking for a warehouse to become a fulfillment centre, the first of many in Australia, with floor space of up to 93,000 square metres, or about five MCGs.
Retail sales growth has almost halved as wage growth slows, people eat into their savings for soaring electricity, education and healthcare bills, and international chains set up shop.
Family attractions like Legoland are at the front-line of the retail mall fightback against online shopping and the rise of digital giants such as Amazon.
Legoland has finally opened at Chadstone Shopping Centre ane there are plans for at least three more of theses kid-magnets in Australia.
The Consumer Action Law Centre says ordinary people need a free, quick and fair way to resolve disputes over goods and services purchased in Australia. But retailers says cuts to corporate tax and penalty rates more important.
It will likely block Australian shoppers buying goods from overseas if the GST plan goes ahead.
Behind Woolworths' revamped Rewards scheme is a data machines that's collecting and analysing buying patterns to deliver unique, digital catalogues to shoppers.
Retailers' ambitions for financial services have dimmed as competition in grocery grows.
Demand for potato chips has surged in Japan this week, with products on offer for 6 times their retail price online.
Lamb's luxury price tag is forcing a rethink of a traditional Easter treat as butchers grapple with record red meat prices.
Hundreds of workers from Marcs and David Lawrence stores will still lose their jobs despite Myer's last-minute rescue.
Myer has rescued troubled fashion brands David Lawrence and Marcs, buying the brands out of administration following their collapse in February.
Aldi plans to boost its grocery selection by close to one fifth as the German discounter chases down a bigger share of Australia's $90 billion grocery market
Tattoos are more common than ever but the workplace reaction can be mixed.
Discrimination in recruitment comes down to fear and ignorance.