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How the rising volume and value of e-commerce transactions is impacting the traditional bricks and mortar retail landscape.
The UK has recently introduced legislation to rein in the power of its supermarket giants – could a similar approach work in Australia with Coles and Woolworths?
Australian breakfast spread brand AussieMite is the latest brand to make a social media blunder when consumers united against its latest advertising campaign.
While large Australian companies lag behind their US counterparts when it comes to big data, Woolworths’ investment in Quantium suggests it could be a new battleground in the supermarket wars.
Could there be a taxing solution to the problem of our supermarket duopoly?
Two years after supermarkets introduced $1 per litre milk, they are losing the PR battle with dairy farmers. Woolworths is considering a new tactic.
James Strong, an influential business leader and consummate communicator, died yesterday aged 68.
Hans Hulsbosch has rebranded many of Australia’s biggest companies. He says branding is more important than ever before, but some CEOs still don’t get it.
Two Australian companies – Woolworths and Wesfarmers – are among the 250 biggest retailers in the world, a new report has found. But are they role models for the future of our other big retailers?
At the helm of a $58 billion-a-year industrial conglomerate, Richard Goyder has narrowed a wide job description as managing director of Wesfarmers.
Ten Network Holdings has announced a strategic review of its operations just as it also announced a loss of $12 million for the year.
Service, online sales and extensive consultation with store staff and senior management are all part of the first 100 days for Dick Smith’s new owners.
As our biggest names meet their shareholders, we list the companies and the trends you’ll want to keep an eye on.
A Facebook group has ramped up the pressure on 2GB's advertisers to pull the pin on Alan Jones' breakfast show, as has an online petition that has attracted 100,829 supporters.
Forget the global executive. Of current ASX 100 chiefs, 70 were hired internally.
What are the crucial early steps in a successful turnaround?
A new generation is leading our largest companies. But they won’t be there for long.