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EY backs Corporate Travel Management against 'mischievous' shorts

EY backs Corporate Travel Management against 'mischievous' shorts

The ASX-listed travel group says the accounting firm has dismissed claims that it overstated its financial position and faces asset writedowns. 

  • by Patrick Hatch

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'Bond over your shared love of pineapple on pizzas': Domino's plans dating app
Domino's Pizza

'Bond over your shared love of pineapple on pizzas': Domino's plans dating app

Domino's Pizza says a long, hot summer in Europe has kept a cap on its trading, but a new menu and a dating app will see it bounce back later this year.

  • by Patrick Hatch
Solly Lew's Premier threatens legal action against Myer
Myer

Solly Lew's Premier threatens legal action against Myer

Myer's largest shareholder, Solomon Lew's Premier Investments, has called in its lawyers to demand the department store release its latest trading figures.

  • by Patrick Hatch
Lego wins case against Chinese copycats

Lego wins case against Chinese copycats

Lego has won another case against imitators in China, where copies of its colourful plastic toy bricks and figures have been a recurrent problem.

'3 in the morning is not optimal book-shopping time'
Retail

'3 in the morning is not optimal book-shopping time'

Small businesses have questioned the point of a proposal to introduce 24-hour trading in Sydney's CBD, raising concerns about staffing costs and demand from late-night shoppers.

  • by Emma Koehn
Webjet taps investors to fund $240 million Dubai buy
Webjet

Webjet taps investors to fund $240 million Dubai buy

Online travel group Webjet has agreed to pay $240 million for a Dubai-based travel group, in a transaction it says will secure its position as the world's second largest hotel booking wholesaler. 

  • by Patrick Hatch
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Vet and pet store giant Greencross set for private equity takeover
Greencross Limited

Vet and pet store giant Greencross set for private equity takeover

Australia's largest vet clinic and pet store owner Greencross is heading towards private ownership, after the group accepted a $5.55 per share takeover bid from TPG Capital.

  • by Patrick Hatch
Coles in $40 million claim against tax office over disappearing fuel
Coles Supermarkets

Coles in $40 million claim against tax office over disappearing fuel

Coles is seeking to claw back $40 million it paid in fuel excise, in what could prove a timely injection during its first year as an independent company.

  • by Patrick Hatch
The unglamorous reality of running a fashion label
Fashion accessories

The unglamorous reality of running a fashion label

Alyce Tran, co-founder of phenomenally successful Australian bespoke accessories brand The Daily Edited, is prepared to be bored.

  • by Mark Dapin
'Incredibly sad': Beloved children's clothing brand to shutter as retail struggles

'Incredibly sad': Beloved children's clothing brand to shutter as retail struggles

Children's clothing brand Oishi-m is the latest victim of the tough retail environment laid bare in new official statistics.

  • by Cara Waters & Eryk Bagshaw
Woolies credits online shoppers for almost 40pc of sales growth
Woolworths

Woolies credits online shoppers for almost 40pc of sales growth

Woolworths says that almost 40 per cent of the growth in its grocery business last quarter came from online shoppers, with "click and collect" transactions emerging as a major driver of expansion for the country's largest supermarket chain. 

  • by Patrick Hatch