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Countdown employees given Woolworths Group shares

Over 14,000 Countdown workers will get a stake in the supermarket’s parent company.

Furniture and homewares retailer unveils Stage 1 of $60 million development

Furniture retailer Nido says the store’s whole range will be made available when they unveil Stage 2.

PAS Group enters voluntary administration in attempt to restructure

Review owner hopes to restructure and continue to operate into the future.

New World to highlight Buy NZ brands in June campaign

Supermarket expects support for local brands to be lasting effect of lockdown.

Adidas and Allbirds team up to make lowest carbon footprint shoe yet

Brands will open the doors to each other’s suite of sustainable innovations to set a new industry standard.

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New online mall spotlights Māori businesses

Hokohoko currently features products from 23 businesses.

A four-day working week could be the shot in the arm post-coronavirus tourism needs

Could having a four-day work week work? How would organisations do it? And what would the benefits be?

Lagardère Travel Retail reopens outlets in ANZ domestic terminals

Travel retailer says handful of reopened stores will serve as test cases.

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Countdown officially opens Rototuna store

Countdown officially opens Rototuna store to the public after initially opening last month as an online-only store.

H&J Smith Group says store closures necessary to secure long-term future

All department stores except the flagship would close or shrink in size under the company’s proposal.

Why age diversity in business matters

If employers look beyond the stereotypes, they will find that older workers bring many benefits to a business.

Smith’s City enters receivership to side step shareholders in sale

Decision will leaves Smiths City shares with zero value.