No Woolworths supermarkets in the ACT or surrounding area will close as a result of the company's plans to restructure its business.
Woolworths will carefully balance store performance against the competitive advantage of retaining its brand as it shuts down 27 stores.
International fast-fashion giant Zara has been accused of plagiarising the print and accessory designs of more than 40 independent artists around the world.
Dick Smith's unsecured creditors and shareholders are not expected to see any of the money owed to them by the collapsed business, administrator says.
Woolworths will slash 500 jobs and close 27 underperforming stores in a restructure that will cost the company almost $1 billion.
Behind the write-downs, job losses and store closures at Woolworths, a bigger transformation is at play to reset the juggernaut for 2017.
Sale signs are almost permanent fixtures in shop fronts in Sydney, but customers are still wary of spending
German discount chain has cut duopoly's market share to about 70 per cent, competition tsar says.
Meat continues to be the meal of choice for Australians, who are spending $378 million a week on meat to cook at home.
Gambling reform is back on the agenda and that puts Australia's biggest supermarket in an uncomfortable position.
Collapsed Eagle Boys pizza chain had been in dire financial straits since 2012 due to a serious case of short-term debt indigestion, the group's accounts show.
The fast food industry can be a brutal business. When it is wrapped around a franchise system, it can be even more so.
"We talk to a suppliers who have got problems, and mostly it's about Woolworths," says ACCC chairman.
Tissue and personal care products maker Asaleo has had a bad run in the toilet paper wars.
Macquarie says a $2 billion capital raising would refurbish Woolworths' tired-looking stores.
Maker of Victoria Bitter, Carlton and Crown Lager says increased sales of premium brews drive 'good growth' in Australia.
Executives say cafe sales were hurt by the contentious election campaign, terror attacks and civil unrest.
As the receivers, administrators and ASIC work through the wreckage of Dick Smith's collapse, the accounting profession has questions to confront.
The regulator's green light sets the scene for a marriage between the Mitre 10 and Home Timber networks and the rise of a powerful new No.2 force in Australian hardware.
Having a dress code at work wasn't such a bad thing for men. Just reach for the blue or grey suit, add a tie and white shirt, and slip on the black leather shoes.
Sales in the world's most famous doll jump by almost a quarter in the past quarter as Barbie comes in different shapes and skin tones.
They might be quicker for customers, but self-service checkouts come at a cost for supermarkets.
She's a digital influencer with more than 780,000 followers on Instagram and it is a shopping centre with a dowdy past that is looking to turn the very idea of retail destinations on its head.
The runaway success of rival Domino's has made Eagle Boys' descent into disaster even more fascinating.
Fifty-two per cent of Australians think it is too expensive to transition to a sustainable home. Is it?
The Muir family could retain as much as 40 per cent of The Good Guys business if it knocks back JB Hi-Fi's $850 million offer and goes ahead with a public float.
Domino's Pizza or Retail Food Group could take a bigger slice of the takeaway pizza market by gobbling up collapsed rival Eagle Boys.
Biscuit maker Arnott's and frozen confectionery giant Streets have gone to war over mint slice ice cream.
Just because the packet shows pictures of fruit, doesn't mean it contains actual real fruit.
It's gone from market darling to one of biggest shorts in Asia in dollar terms. As Woolworths readies to release its annual results and a strategic review, some suggest the country's biggest retailer will launch a surprise capital raising too.