Jessica Wright Australian entrepreneur Dick Smith has lost a trademark battle to keep his patriotic salty spread, OzEmite, on the shelves.
Mulitnational food giant Heinz is threatening to sue Australian businessman Dick Smith over labelling on his cans of beetroot.
HEINZ is threatening to sue Dick Smith over claims made on his company's beetroot tins.
Julian Lee THE entrepreneur Dick Smith has launched a stinging attack on News Corp and Kim Williams, the head of its local operations, News Ltd, branding the organisation's campaign against proposed media...
Julian Lee Entrepreneur Dick Smith has launched a stinging attack on News Corp and Kim Williams, the head of its local operations, News Ltd, branding the organisation's campaign against proposed media reforms...
Woolworths say up to 100 Dick Smith stores will close when it sells the eletronics division, in order to step up its price war with Coles.
Entrepreneur and 'Buy Australian' campaigner Dick Smith says he will "rubbish" the electronics business he founded that still bears his name if it is sold into foreign ownership.
Woolworths' new chief executive Grant O'Brien is planning an aggressive push to open 39 new supermarkets while reviewing the company's troubled BigW and Dick Smith stores.
Alexandra Smith IT WAS the last hope for the Australian beetroot industry but even the entrepreneur Dick Smith could not save it.
Watch a preview of upcoming television documentary, Dick Smith's Population Puzzle.
Allison Jeffares, Tara Waniganayaka Supermarkets have been slammed for selling Australia Day products that are made in China, Thailand and Taiwan.
Darren Gray Supermarkets should have a designated Australian-only aisle, or aisles, according to a farmer.
Paddy Manning Celebrity chef Maggie Beer takes swipe at major supermarkets for failing Australian growers.
Paddy Manning CELEBRITY chef and food producer Maggie Beer has taken a swipe at major supermarkets for pushing food prices lower and failing to support Australian growers.
Rachel Wells Some of Australia's biggest retailers sign on for Australia's version of America's online shopping phenomenon, Cyber Monday.
Rachel Wells and Sarah Whyte THE event was supposed to show off Australia's online retail prowess and boost activity in the local retail sector, which has been haemorrhaging sales to overseas competitors for years.
David Sharaz Entrepreneur Dick Smith would throw the country's richest bankers out of the country if he could, saying they're the ''height of capitalism''.
Amy Corderoy, Annabel Ross CHRISTMAS spending was expected to reach $2 billion before the Boxing Day sales even began, the Australian National Retailers Association said.
Bridie Smith, Megan Levy THE age of the Boxing Day sales starting with a bang are over. These digital days, the trample or be trampled approach to discount shopping has been diluted by cyber space.
Julie-Anne Davies In a Dick Smith store early last year, a 58-year-old woman made a silent protest. ''All the screens and sound systems were blaring.