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Electronics & Appliances

Commission warns Panasonic over pricing law breaches

Commission warns Panasonic over pricing law breaches

Electronics brand Panasonic has been warned by the Commerce Commission following allegations of engagement in resale price maintenance. An investigation led by the competition watchdog found that Panasonic ...
Mitre 10 installs EV chargers in New Zealand
Apple reveals software to make its products more inclusive
Apple to pull the plug on iPod after 20 years
Meta Store brings the social network to the metaverse

Electronics & Appliances Archives

Facebook-owner Meta to open first physical store in metaverse bet

Meta Platforms is set to open its first physical store as the company plots a course to take its highly touted metaverse...

What tech brand ASUS learnt from Covid and the global supply chain crisis

ASUS Australia's head of consumer reflects on the lessons learnt from the last two years.

Winning Group reveals plans for ‘lifestyle and luxury’ showroom

Earlier this week Winning Group announced it had acquired Sydney furniture brand Spence & Lyda. Here, Winnings’ managing...

The TV Shop fined for not complying to warranty disclosures

The company sold 18,190 extended warranties to customers for $1,974,723 – but did not properly explain to customers what...

JB Hi-Fi CEO Terry Smart talks growth through Covid, workplace culture

Here, CEO Terry Smart talks how the electronics business has largely weathered the pandemic.

JB Hi-Fi total sales fall, online passes $1 billion in first half

The electronics group’s CEO, Terry Smart, acknowledged that there is uncertainty around what can be controlled in the re...

Warehouse Stationery launches electronics recycling program

This is a part of The Warehouse Group’s e-waste recycling expansion and can be reached at 6 participating Warehouse Stat...

JB Hi-Fi sales fall, but online turnover soars

“In challenging circumstances, we have again demonstrated our ability to adapt and respond to meet the strong demand fro...

2Degrees opens Newmarket flagship store

With the tagline ‘Fighting for fair to make NZ a better place to live', the 200sqm store’s concept focuses on sustainabi...

Apple warns of weak demand for iPhone 13 lineup

Apple Inc has told its parts suppliers demand for the iPhone 13 lineup has slowed, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday,...

Electric bike suppliers combine into a nationwide network

The combined business now sells through 70 independent suppliers and eight franchised retail stores.

Inside Optus’ plan to change the way customers view telco stores

How this telco plans to become the most loved everyday brand in Australia.

Tough start to FY22 ends JB Hi-Fi’s run of strong growth

The electronics group’s new chief executive, Terry Smart, said that the start of the year had been significantly impacte...

Aiwa brand up for auction, its parent bankrupt

The famous Aiwa brand – synonymous with audio products for 70 years – is up for auction as part of the Chapter 11 bankru...

Q&A: Richard Murray reflects on 17 years at JB Hi-Fi

In this edited podcast conversation with Paul Zahra, CEO of the Australian Retail Association, Murray reflects on his pr...