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Kathmandu raises full year expectations, commits to workers’ rights

Retailer becomes first southern hemisphere-based brand to join association.

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Chanel releases annual results for the first time

French fashion house reveals earnings for the first time in its 108-year history.


US Court rules against e-commerce companies in tax case

The decision echoes the Australian government’s move to ‘level the playing field’ through the implementation of GST on low-value imports.


Emma & Roe to be wound up

Michael Hill signals strategic refocus that will see its test brand abandoned.

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Independent retailers soar

Sales up for smaller traders.

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Plumbing World launches e-commerce site

New Zealand-based bricks-and-mortar chain launches an e-commerce site for the first time.


NZ organic sector sees growth

Worldwide consumer demand helps the New Zealand organic sector grow by 30 per cent and is now worth $600 million.

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David Jones charts future with new flagship

Exclusive partnerships, better service and localisation to serve as bedrock for David Jones turnaround.


Steinhoff Asia Pacific considers name change

The group trademarked the name Greenlit to distance itself from parent Steinhoff International.


Starbucks to close 150 stores next year

Seattle-based coffee chain to close underperforming company-operated stores next year.


Specialty Fashion queried amid takeover speculation

Apparel retailer says there’s “no merit” to reports, but investors rally.


Toys ‘R’ Us Australia is shutting down

Approximately 700 workers will be affected as Toys ‘R’ Us and Babies ‘R’ Us are wound down.

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