The latest executive shake-up at David Jones will reinforce the view - rightly or wrongly - that Australian retailers are lacking skills.
Target suppliers claim the Wesfarmers-owned chain is in disarray amid expectations chief Guy Russo will announce an impairment.
Harvey Norman is facing increased competition on two fronts but chairman Gerry Harvey is unfazed.
Supermarkets are struggling to meet demand for brand label milk as shoppers strip shelves bare in a show of support for farmers.
The new Coles supermarket in the Canberra Centre will open on June 8.
Big W boss Sally Macdonald has pre-empted a strategic review by Woolworths chief Brad Banducci, slashing buying staff and restructuring the discount department store chain's sourcing.
Coles' Facebook page creates confusion over whether their milk is fresh or made from reconstituted milk powder.
The coloured brick world of Lego has become a much darker, more violent place since weapons were introduced in the 1970s.
Appliances retailer The Good Guys is aiming to lift earnings by between 18 and 29 per cent in its first year as a public company if owner and chairman Andrew Muir proceeds with plans for a $900 million initial public offering.
But competition regulator still locked in legal battle with Woolworths over alleged unconscionable conduct.
Competition tsar Rod Sims says he will look at any bid for The Good Guys with "an open mind".
About 130 staff members to be affected as department store shuts Wollongong and Orange stores.
Bought an ill-fitting garment from Marks & Spencer's new Australian online store? Send it back.
JB Hi-Fi shareholders say they would be willing to back a capital raise to fund the acquisition of The Good Guys.
Billionaire retailer Gerry Harvey could join the race to buy The Good Guys, but he wants the blessing of competition tsar Rod Sims first.
Given the obstacles faced by rival contenders for The Good Guys, one would have to think JB Hi-Fi had the inside running.
Woolworths says there won't be any potato shortage after the collapse of a major industry player while rival Coles says Oakville isn't a material supplier.
Coca-Cola Amatil shareholders may have to wait another year or two before the bottler achieves its 5 per cent earnings growth targets.
Consumer electronics giant JB Hi-Fi has revealed it is in preliminary discussions with The Good Guys over the home appliance chain's proposed sale.
Investors dimmed the lights on Beacon after it warned of a sales slowdown in the past 10 weeks.
The Coalition will beef up the powers and resources of the Fair Work Ombudsman
Protesters have rallied at a 7-Eleven store demanding the reinstatement of the independent panel.
A US-based artist is taking clothing giant Cotton On Group to court, accusing the retailer of "flagrantly" knocking off her designs.
Ready-made meals have become the latest weapon in the battle for market share between Coles and Woolworths.
An exodus of independent hardware retailers from the Home and Mitre 10 networks is shaping up as a risk to Metcash's bid for Woolworths' franchised hardware network.
When the money's rolling in, everyone from directors to farmers have a tendency to hear what they want to hear.
DuluxGroup has reported a 3.7 per cent rise in interim profit to $63.7 million, underpinned by its market-leading Australian paints and coatings business.
A popular brand of tinned tomatoes has been pulled from supermarket shelves because they could explode while being opened.
Solomon Lew's Premier Investments is taking the unusual step of holding an EGM to gain approval for changes to CEO Mark McInnes' perks.
A law firm representing 100 exploited workers at 7-Eleven is seeking further commitments from the convenience store chain to ensure the confidentiality of workers.
These ladies are causing a stir in an industry that used to be dominated by multinationals.
When can you claim the full deduction of a work vehicle even if its rolled out for private use?