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Hardware meets software: Bunnings starts move into online shopping

Hardware meets software: Bunnings starts move into online shopping

Hardware giant Bunnings has begun its long-awaited move into online retailing, with a trial underway at a Melbourne store.

  • by Patrick Hatch

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'Major victory' for dairy farmers as Coles and Aldi ditch $1 milk
Coles Supermarkets

'Major victory' for dairy farmers as Coles and Aldi ditch $1 milk

The supermarket giants' move to raise the price of milk follows Woolworths' commitment last month. 

  • by Jenny Noyes
'It's just gone': SumoSalad stripped Isaac's stores as he watched
Retail

'It's just gone': SumoSalad stripped Isaac's stores as he watched

Isaac Chalik had been a SumoSalad franchisee for four years when he arrived at his store one day in the MLC Centre to find tradespeople stripping down the shop.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Kogan steps up fight with Amazon with new online marketplace
Kogan.com

Kogan steps up fight with Amazon with new online marketplace

Kogan.com Limited has launched a marketplace for online retailers as it seeks to strengthen its position against Amazon, which runs a similar service.

Kathmandu says customer credit card details may have been hacked
Kathmandu Holdings

Kathmandu says customer credit card details may have been hacked

Outdoor equipment retailer Kathmandu says its customers' credit card details and personal information may have been pillaged by hackers who broke into its website.

  • by Patrick Hatch
Farmers to protest Coles $1 milk in Brisbane
Woolworths

Farmers to protest Coles $1 milk in Brisbane

A group of Queensland dairy farmers will travel to Brisbane to protest Coles' ongoing refusal to stop selling a dollar-per-litre milk.

  • by Christine Flatley
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Will a new discount supermarket chain threaten competition?
Opinion
Opinion

Will a new discount supermarket chain threaten competition?

If the sharemarket is any guide, the launch of Kaufland won’t have much impact in the medium term. Coles and Woolworths shares didn’t react at all.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
Myer and David Jones rush to reinvent themselves before it's too late
Myer

Myer and David Jones rush to reinvent themselves before it's too late

Myer boss John King needn't have gone further than the entrance to its store in Melbourne's Bourke Street Mall to realise his huge task ahead.

  • by Patrick Hatch and Sumeyya Ilanbey
Shoppers stay at home in January, $A falls

Shoppers stay at home in January, $A falls

Retailers suffered another bleak month in January, pointing to a tepid start for the new year after economic momentum slowed last quarter.

  • by Swati Pandey
For Myer, sideways is the new up
Opinion
Opinion

For Myer, sideways is the new up

Myer can’t afford to take its foot off the online accelerator.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
Myer readies scalpel for bricks-and-mortar surgery as online takes off
Myer

Myer readies scalpel for bricks-and-mortar surgery as online takes off

Myer is close to finalising a major shake-up of its store footprint to bring it in line with falling bricks-and-mortar sales.

  • by Patrick Hatch