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Kiwis not too bothered by online GST

GST won’t impact consumer purchase decisions, survey shows.

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NZ Post delivers record holiday period due to increased online shipping

Delivery service processed 14.5 million parcels over November and December.


The truth about physical store closures in retail

A closer look at global store closure data, and a plea for local data.


Wesfarmers delivers strong earnings post-Coles demerger

Officeworks and Bunnings delivered earnings growth, while Kmart stumbled.

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Warehouse Group posts ‘encouraging’ sales for the quarter

Retailer posts improved margins at core chain and stationery outlets.

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Earnings round-up: Domino’s, Lovisa, Noni B and others report half-year results

Challenging tradition conditions on display in half-year earnings season.

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NZ dollar falls

Kiwi slides against US counterpart.

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Countdown half-year earnings fall

Investment in online has dragged down earnings for the half.

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The decoy effect: how you are influenced to choose without really knowing it

How the decoy effect influences consumer purchase decisions.

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Salvation Army launches ‘ethical shopping truck’

People are able to buy food, clothes and other items.

Hallensteins Dunedin

Hallenstein CEO resigns

Retailer commences search for replacement.

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Haute couture designer Karl Lagerfeld dies

German designer, known for his association with Chanel, dies at 85.

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NZ dollar strengthens

Kiwi rises against US counterpart.

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The Warehouse Group goes carbon neutral

CEO says climate change can no longer be ignored.

Flowers, 409

Valentine’s Day leads to spending bump

Total spending for the day reached $204 million.

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Trade Me enables emoji communication between members

Depending on consumer feedback, the feature may be rolled out across other parts of the ma…

Spending on local online stores outpaces bricks and mortar

Spending on international sites falls.

Mobile helps boost Redbubble’s first-half revenue

Active customers grew 61 per cent in the first half.

Amazon to roll out its own delivery network

Amazon reportedly wants to become less dependent on carriers.

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This year’s trends confirm that consumers are taking control and are the driving force for change.

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More men are unemployed than women for the first time since June 2010, data from Stats NZ finds.

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Department store confirms chief executive David Thomas is stepping down, citing personal reasons, and will be repla…

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Hallensteins Dunedin

Hallenstein CEO resigns

Retailer commences search for replacement.


Hallenstein posts half year increase in sales

Clothing retailer expects rise in net profit for the first h…

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City Chic reports strong Christmas trading in solid first half

Plus-sized fashion brand sees strong comparable sales growth…


H&M blames decline in profits on online investment

Swedish fashion retailer posts drop in profits, blaming the …



Amazon selects New York, Virginia for new headquarters

Global e-commerce giant reveals locations of new US headquar…

246 Queen Street redevelopment

Historic Auckland site to be redeveloped

The building will serve as the hub of a $20 million redevelo…


Steinhoff gains 100 per cent creditor support

Steinhoff International restructuring plan continues.


Steinhoff completes sale of Kika-Leiner

Steinhoff given clearance by Austrian competition authoritie…


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