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Russo: Less Targets, more Kmarts

Wesfarmers’ department division chief on the conglomerate’s commercial lens.

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Wesfarmers chief deflects on Bunnings UK divestment

UK hardware venture’s future under scrutiny.

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Michael Hill first-half profit tumbles

Jewellery retailer confirms big profit drop.

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Flight Centre lifts guidance

Travel retailer performs strongly in first-half.

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Farmers commits to Sylvia Park extension

Property firm secures anchor tenant for new galleria.

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Ebos lifts first-half profit

Pharmaceutical firm reaps benefits of diverse portfolio.

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Lovisa books growth on international expansion

Accessories firm gets first-half boost.

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Menswear chain enters admin

Clothing retailer falls into administration.

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Godfreys’ chief shifts focus online

Vacuum specialist looks to double proportion of the company’s sales coming fro…

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Westfield owner reports hefty profit rise

Busy year for the shopping centre giant.

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Wesfarmers first-half profit drops 86.6 per cent

Bunnings NZ a bright spot as retail conglomerate feels full effect of major impa…

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NZ dollar declines

Kiwi dips on dairy auction, US dollar strength.

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Pet care retailer boosted by ‘excellent Christmas’

“One stop shop approach” paying off for pet group.

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Super Retail Group adds $135m Kiwi brand to portfolio

Specialty retailer to consolidate outdoors division, as group’s H1 profit declin…

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Super Retail Group adds $135m Kiwi brand to portfolio

Specialty retailer to consolidate outdoors division, as group’s H1 profit declines.

Independent expert gives Billabong takeover green light

Financial firm says deal is “fair and reasonable”.

Company heads split on AI business case

Retail leaders unsure over the future of human and machine partnerships.

Foodstuffs to trial ‘checkout trolley’ tech

New Zealanders to be the first in the world to trial new artificial intelligence technolog…

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Fashion

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Lovisa books growth on international expansion

Accessories firm gets first-half boost.

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Independent expert gives Billabong takeover green light

Financial firm says deal is “fair and reasonable”.

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The commoditisation of convenience

The Iconic’s chief marketing officer on the main themes to w…

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Tapestry buys back Coach in Australia and New Zealand

Fashion firm to open local Coach hub and centre of excellenc…

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Gaining your unfair advantage

Brian Walker on the insidious effect of cannibalisation betw…

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You cannot write vision into a document.

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Michael Hill exits US, reconsiders Emma & Roe

Jewellery firm acts after poor performance abroad.

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Noni B beats the fashion blues

Retailer takes ‘aggressive approach’ to trading within Austr…

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