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Myer CEO Bernie Brookes resigns, Ri...

Myer chief executive Bernie Brookes is stepping down immediately and will hand the reins to Richard Umbers,  a former Woolworths and Australia Post executive who joined the department store chain ... read more

Breville says negative consumer con...

Breville has reported "negative consumer confidence and a difficult discretionary retail trading setting" in Australia and flagged continued challenging business conditions globally as it posts a slide in half-year profit. Net ... read more

Woolworths inks deal with eBay to d...

Woolworths hopes to cement its position as Australia's leading bricks and clicks retailer by joining forces with one of its biggest competitors, eBay. Under a partnership unveiled on Tuesday, eBay customers ... read more

Gloria Jean’s Coffees Raises More...

19 February 2015: Gloria Jean’s Coffees has raised over half a million dollars for Variety - the Children’s Charity since it partnered with the national not-for-profit in 2011. The funds ... read more

Westfield shopping centres targeted...

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SCENTRE GROUP ANNOUNCES REVIEW OF U...

Scentre Group today announced it would commission a review of the use of CCTV in its shopping centres following allegations of misuse broadcast on Channel 9 this week. The Chief Executive ... read more

Global alliance expands expertise o...

Following five years of collaboration, i2C has formally joined forces with Ryder Architecture to form Ryder Alliance. Ryder Alliance includes i2C in Australia, Ryder Architecture in the UK, Hong Kong ... read more

AUSTRALIA’S FIRST ZARA HOME TO TA...

Australia’s first Zara Home will join a burgeoning list of international retailers choosing Highpoint Shopping Centre in Melbourne’s west as an entry point into the Australian market. Zara Home will open ... read more

CBD blackout closes Westfield Sydne...

Westfield Sydney - packed with food, fashion and tourist businesses - has closed and evacuated staff and thousands of lunch-hour shoppers following a power outage in the CBD on Thursday ... read more

To Wi-Fi or not

The pros and cons of deploying Wi-Fi within a shopping centre environment We have been involved in the Wi-Fi industry since 2009, in this time we have come across some funny ... read more

Shopping mall values tipped to rise...

VALUES are expected to rise in the Australian shopping centre market despite concerns that rental growth will be sluggish. A note from Citi Research released yesterday said the outlook for the ... read more

Panasonic launches Ultra HD 360° n...

New cameras offer both high-performance surveillance and intelligent analytics  Sydney, January 30, 2015 – Panasonic Australia has launched two new intelligent surveillance cameras featuring 9-megapixel resolution, a 360° field of view, ... read more

Retail funds still have some catchi...

Millions of workers have their super with industry funds, which is just as well as it has left them better off, on the whole, than if they had been with retail ... read more

Former Coles chief Ian McLeod to le...

Former Coles boss Ian McLeod has resigned from the Perth-based conglomerate Wesfarmers to join US retail giant Bi-Lo Holdings. Mr McLeod's departure comes just six months after a change in his role ... read more

Rent-a-cop scheme starts to pay off

Cape Town - With mall attacks on the increase, the City of Cape Town is expecting more shopping centres to make use of its rent-a-cop scheme to bolster security. The city’s ... read more

Shopping centres offer rich picking...

Investors ploughed the largest amount of money into Britain’s shopping centres in almost a decade in 2014 — and this year is expected to be even better. Figures from CBRE, the ... read more

Woolworths, Coles set for cheap fue...

Companies involved in Australia's biggest supply chains, including Woolworths and Wesfarmers, are poised to benefit from the falling oil price if transport companies such as Toll Holdings pass on fuel ... read more

Ramsay Health Care joins pharmacy b...

Supermarket giants could find a new ally for their push to break open the lucrative pharmacy industry in private hospital operator Ramsay Health Care, which wants rules that limit ownership ... read more

Sephora in damage control over brok...

International cosmetics giant Sephora has gone into damage control amid a customer backlash over revelations it is flouting promises that it would not engage in price gouging. Sephora held a meeting ... read more

Small businesses unhappy over Westf...

The chief executive of the Council of Small Businesses of Australia says Westfield's plan to extending holiday trading hours comes at a cost to his members. "It might mean the customer ... read more

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