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Supermarkets roll back on buying limits, a week after going national

Coles and Woolworths remove product limits, put extra resources into Victorian operations.

How KitKat Chocolatory is helping the 84-year-old brand connect with Gen Z

Nestlé GM of confectionery Chris O’Donnell explains how the Chocolatory is driving innovation and rebuilding connections...

Target now selling thousands of products on Catch

Wesfarmers takes another step towards integrating the two companies.

What will retail look like post Covid-19

Gary Mortimer says the post-Covid-19 consumer will behave very differently and will be overly cautious about their healt...

“A smart move”: Why Woolworths is expanding B2B offer

The supermarket is expected to launch a new online shopping site for business customers this year.

Kim Kardashian sells stake in KKW Beauty to Coty

The deal, which is worth US$200 million, raises KKW Beauty’s valuation to $1 billion.

Amazon to double operational footprint with robotics fulfilment centre

Staff will work alongside Amazon's most advanced robotics technology to deliver a "smarter, faster and more consistent e...

Inside T2’s new, sustainable HQ in Melbourne

Collaborative breakout spaces, environmentally-friendly design decisions and more at the T2 HQ in Collingwood.

Coca-Cola stalls social media advertising globally ‘for at least 30 days’

Unilever, Diageo and Starbucks among major brands to boycott social media sites over failure to stop the spread of false...

COVID-19 has changed the future of retail: there’s plenty more automation in store

As online shopping increasingly provides greater revenue streams for retailers, more physical store closures are also on...

Costs weigh on Woolworths as underpayments, redundancies mount

Automated and semi-automated distribution centres at Moorebank to replace three Woolworths sites across Sydney and Melbo...

Minimum wage increase to hit retail in February 2021

The minimum wage will rise to $753.80 a week starting July 1.

Key reports point to recovery in consumer spending

The latest retail spending, foot traffic and consumer sentiment reports show signs of recovery in May.

Brands risk backlash over Black Lives Matter. Should they still speak out?

Brands including L'Oreal have come under fire for not living up to their messages of equality.

Amazon to open fourth Australian warehouse in Brisbane

The fulfilment centre will bring faster delivery to customers in Queensland.

Amazon Australia enters online liquor market

Suppliers big and small join Amazon's wine, beer and spirits store.

BP to cut 10,000 jobs globally

BP cut its 2020 spending plans after the coronavirus pandemic brought an unprecedented drop in demand for oil.

Businesses get extension for instant asset write-off

The government says the extension will help those which have been hit by supply chain delays caused by the pandemic.

NSW govt cracks down on online booze sales

Proposed reforms to consider creating a range of offences to ensure minors and intoxicated people can't receive alcohol ...

Retail sales crash across industry in April: ABS

Industry sees falls in cafes, fashion, department stores, supermarkets and more.