Department store says 'no decision has been made' after Telstra's outage dampened EOFY sales.
Metcash's opening bid for Woolworths' Home Timber & Hardware chain has failed to win over the competition watchdog.
Outdoor clothing and adventure wear retailer Kathmandu expects profits to rise as much as 71.5 per cent this year despite the warm start to winter.
Woolworths' high profile former chief Roger Corbett has lashed the retailer for not competing on price or quality with ascendent discount giant Aldi.
Britons' vote to quit the EU could weigh on Wesfarmers' plan to test its Bunnings UK model as uncertainty tests consumer sentiment.
Dick Smith receiver Ferrier Hodgson claims the public grilling of former directors and office holders is an essential part of its investigation.
Woolworths former chief Roger Corbett has unexpectedly quit Australia's biggest supermarket chain just seven months after rejoining the business.
Lion Nathan has emerged as the biggest loser from the mega merger of global beer companies last year.
Milovan Stankovic took his van and set up home in a Sydney shopping centre car park.
Fast food giant McDonald's Australia cut its tax bill by more than halve in 2015 by routing payments via the low-tax nation of Singapore.
As Wesfarmers department store boss warns international retailers will "regret making the trip Down Under", H&M posts a surge in Australian sales.
Supermarket challengers Costco and Aldi find it isn't always easy to sell alcohol in Australia.
Australia's No. 2 supermarket seeks to lift prices on lower-profile grocery items by more than 10 per cent, broker Citi says.
Despite government incentives for small business to spend up to $20,000 before the end of the financial year, retailers say they're not hearing 'the same buzz' at the tills this year.
Woolworths is tightlipped on speculation it held talks with Steinhoff International about selling Big W and some Masters sites.
Swedish furniture retailer Ikea is recalling children's safety gates because the locking mechanism is unreliable and may result in injury to children.
The aggressive discounting of groceries will ease in the next 12 months, pulling back prices from 'unsustainable' levels.
It started out with cut-price cooked chooks, but now the major supermarket chains are cutting meat prices.
And it isn't to make sure you don't steal. Welcome to modern retailing.
Wesfarmers department store boss Guy Russo has put the big international fashion chains on notice for the Target turnaround.
Wesfarmers will open its first Bunnings Warehouse UK by October with the launch of a test store to gauge Britain's appetite for the Australian hardware brand.
Wesfarmers-owned Coles is testing its first 'dark store' in inner-city Melbourne as its pushes to drive volume in online sales.
The full extent of the department store chain's problems became clearer on Wednesday. Its new boss Guy Russo faces a Herculean task.
Historically good growing conditions have helped drive down fresh food prices, but Coles managing director John Durkan has warned consumers they may not last.
The coffee chain is deliberately misleading customers to save money on milk, plaintiffs say. The company is fighting the claims.
Woolworths is making changes to its unpopular loyalty scheme just eight months after unveiling the new-look Rewards program.
A record $400,000-plus penalty has been imposed on the operator of a 7-Eleven store that systematically exploited its workers.
Myer is like a baggy suit in need of a tailor, one analyst says.
Woolworths has thrown down the challenge to the convenience store sector with the opening of its inaugural small outlet in Sydney.
Metcash shares slump as the company signals wariness over increased competition.
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