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This week in global retail news
Tiffany & Co. returns to profit. Image: Bigstock.

This week in global retail news

Chinese return Tiffany to profit Iconic US luxury jeweller Tiffany has returned to profit in the second quarter, aided by a massive sales boost in Mainland China. “Retail sales in Mainland China began to...
Waitomo to open three new fuel stops in the South Island
Countdown owner lifts food sales in Q3
Retailers shrink ranges to offer essentials through lockdown
Tech behind Amazon Go now available to any retailer

Convenience Archives

Ecostore refill stations available in more New World supermarkets

Ecostore is expanding its refill station offering into five further New World locations.

Foodstuffs partners with data insights firm to grow digital offer

UK data firm Dunnhumby to assist with data strategy and analytics.

Countdown lifts sales 4.3 per cent in FY19

Sales recovered in the second half of FY19, after a challenging start to the year.

Not enough competition in fuel retailing: Commerce Commission

Why consumers are paying more at the pump than they need to.

Gull owner commences CEO search

The head of Caltex Australia is retiring.

Foodstuffs to open self-checkout-only store

Grocery retailer expands private label brand into new store concept.

Caltex putting digital foundations in place

Convenience company transforming with an eye to the digital future.

Commerce Commission to investigate fuel prices

Commission seeking statements from interested parties.

Flat retail offset by increased fuel spending

Record pump prices increased fuel spending by 7 per cent.

Retailers welcome e-cigarette legislation

Industry body looks forward to seeing draft legislation.

Caltex CFO retires

Hepworth will remain in the role until mid-2019.

Dairies in need of Government help

Red tape is stifling diversification for NZ dairies.

Caltex may sell part of its $2bn retail assets

Petrol giant considers offloading some convenience retail assets.

7-Eleven Taiwan opens unstaffed store

No employees in chain's latest innovation.

7-Eleven international business buoys Seven & I Holdings

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