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Australasian retailers queue up for Wellington

Host of Aussie names look across the ditch after reaching “saturation point” locally.

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Smiggle, Peter Alexander boost Premier’s first-half

Strong 1H for Solomon Lew’s company, raft of staff changes for Portmans.

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Keeping up with Ted Baker

How a British retailer is proving that there are alternative ways to convert the power of video messaging into sales.

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Retail’s next big plays: rethinking innovation

A reflection on global retail trends.

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Kathmandu lifts sales, profit in first-half

ANZ market performs for outdoor retailer, UK operations decline.

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French Connection posts another full year loss

Struggling fashion retailer makes loss for fifth consecutive year.

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Fashion house Calvin Klein rebranding

Global brand rethinks its contemporary apparel and accessories business.

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Tracing the past for retail’s tomorrow

New research examines the key milestones in the evolution of customer experience to chart the store of tomorrow.

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Neiman Marcus up for sale

High-end department store’s board looking to sell the business.

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‘X marks the spot’ – TK Maxx to enter Australia

New entrant’s element of surprise tactics could indeed keep Aussie consumers ‘leading now new paths’.

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Bunnings UK looks to e-commerce

In an unprecedented move for the brand, Bunnings UK and Ireland will open an online store.

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After $2 billion loss, Sears now ‘beyond repair’

Embattled US department store operator posts another massive operating loss.

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