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Steinhoff signals investor support difficulties

Steinhoff extends early creditor support twice, signalling difficulties in meeting tomorrows looming deadline.

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When was the last time you measured your customer service?

Why are retailers focused on ‘experience’ when they can’t get basic customer care right?

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McDonald’s to phase out plastic straws

Fast food giant joins global sustainability push.

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Marks & Spencer UK proposes axing 351 management jobs

Marks & Spencer to axe more than 300 jobs across the UK as it continues its restructure to counter falling sales.

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Steinhoff completes sale of Kika-Leiner

Steinhoff given clearance by Austrian competition authorities.

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Kathmandu appoints North American VP

Bill Chandler will join Kathmandu’s North American arm.

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Steinhoff seeks to delay debt claims

Retail conglomerate in talks with creditors.

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Starbucks to phase out plastic straws

Starbucks has announced plans to eliminate plastic straws globally by 2020.

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7-Eleven international business buoys Seven & I Holdings

Overseas growth in the 7-Eleven convenience store business drove a modest increase in profit.

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Macy’s suffers data breach

Macy’s customer names and passwords were obtained by hackers,

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Woolworths to revamp responsible sourcing program

The program will save Woolworths suppliers from extra red tape and unnecessary costs.

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Michael Hill drops 28.5 per cent in US

Michael Hill exited the US market, falling short of last years revenue.

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