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Simon Evans 8:31 PM The Australasian operations of high-end European audio retailer Bang & Olufsen have been acquired by Australian business Emerald Group Investments which operates LK Boutique luxury watch and jewellery retail outlets.
Esther Han From imported dung beetles to friendship-detecting collars, Australia's beef industry is in an innovation frenzy to boost cattle welfare and the quality of what we eat.
Sue Mitchell Sydney-born fashion designer Bruno Schiavi has big plans for his new baby, Kardashian Kids.
Carrie LaFrenz Oroton Group's shares plunged as much as 22 per cent after the luxury handbag maker cut earnings expectations for the second time this year.
Jemima Whyte and Jonathan Shapiro Some institutional investors are cautiously expressing interest in Woolworths' shares again, despite losses in its controversial Masters hardware division continuing to deepen.
Lisa Baertlein and Ross Kerber Facing a grilling from shareholders over McDonald's sagging fortunes, the fast food chain's new chief Steve Easterbrook agreed things have to change. But there's one thing he wouldn't budge on:
Chocolate maker Cadbury says its decision to shed 80 jobs at its Hobart factory is about keeping the doors open long term.
Sue Mitchell Wesfarmers is facing its slowest earnings growth since 2010, but analysts have given a tick of approval to the conglomerate's decision to redistribute resources away from low-growth coal and industrial businesses into its retail powerhouses, Bunnings and Coles.
Craig Giammona Would you like fries in that? A US fast-food chain has started selling what is possibly the world's fattest-ever burger -- a 1080-calorie burger that it hopes appeals to Americans' patriotic spirit, along with their appetites.
Sue Mitchell Wesfarmers managing director Richard Goyder welcomed a bounce in consumer sentiment after the budget but says there would have to a sustained improvement in spending before Australia's largest private-sector employer ramped up expansion plans.
Simon Evans Target managing director Stuart Machin is convinced he can claw away market share from Myer, David Jones and specialty retailers and not from stablemate Kmart as he strives to deliver a revival. But cannibilisation has been a constant theme for decades.
Hilary Stout While energy drink makers such as Red Bull and Monster have stopped marketing to children because of the adverse health effects associated with them, the industry has found a new battle ground: Teenage fans of video games.
Sarah Danckert Claims Woolworths and its struggling homeware chain, Masters, engaged in deception when it walked away from a property deal in the Victorian regional city of Bendigo is the stuff of conspiracy theories that would make Colin Powell proud, a court has heard.
Sue Mitchell Woolworths' plan to cut the price of private label groceries to better compete with Aldi and Coles may cost the retailer as much as $1 billion, brokers say.
Sarah Danckert Woolworths' struggling hardware chain Masters has been accused of deception after it walked away from a deal to build a store in Bendigo to pursue another site in the town that it knew Wesfarmers' Bunnings chain was circling.
Sue Mitchell Coles and Woolworths may have to answer to a grocery industry ombudsman in three years if they fail to embrace the principles of a voluntary code of conduct expected to be approved by Parliament next month.
John Stensholt He's the shy and little-known former refugee who is about to get a $470 million payday, thanks to last week's $855 million sale of online takeaway delivery service Menulog Group to its British rival, Just Eat.
Madeleine Heffernan Metcash's shares jumped more than 10% on news it plans to float its auto parts business.
Carrie LaFrenz Adairs is in a fast stage of growth in a bid to keep pace with demand for fast fashion in the home.