While many have reported an easing in the pandemic-sparked online shopping and home sprucing boom, that gravy train rolls on for Temple & Webster.
Rebecca Le May
The city centre — long derided for its lack of excitement — is on the cusp of an arcade-game and bowling alley-led revival thanks to a multimillion-dollar vote of confidence in Perth.
Popular activewear brand Lorna Jane has been fined $5 million in the Federal Court for claiming its clothes prevent the transmission of COVID-19.
Highly popular promotions that swelled the grocery giant’s coffers, set off an online trading frenzy and raised the ire of almost every single environmental group in Australia have been scrapped.
Hungry Jack’s founder Jack Cowin has won legal ownership of his Yokine outlet’s drive-through in a bunfight with the neighbouring Dog Swamp Shopping Centre.
Petrol prices around Australia are expected to get cheaper because of one important decision.
Cashed-up consumers have kept tills running hot but the electronics and home appliances retailer warns a new round of lockdowns on the east coast will crimp sales early in the new financial year.
The verdict is in on Australia’s best and worst branded companies.
Shares in market darling Afterpay have nosedived as big name global brands jostle for pole position in the booming buy now, pay later sector.
Perth Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas says big city employers need to recall their staff to the office to help support businesses as vacancy rates in main CBD shopping hubs hit fresh highs.
They believe the pharmaceuticals group would have to have a good reason for knocking back the $687m takeover offer as suggestion of Sigma counter bid emerges.
Meal delivery provider HelloFresh has proposed buying ASX-listed rival Youfoodz, which has sent shares skyrocketing.
Perth’s first LEGO certified store is just a few short months away from opening, and now we know exactly where it will be.
Four million households have purchased something off the internet over the past two weeks as lockdowns across the nation have fuelled a spike in online shopping.
Myer's board says shareholders deserve a premium if Solomon Lew's Premier Investments is to take control of the company.
Plans for a $15 million complex on the site of a former Perth Bunnings store have been given the go-ahead, despite opposition from many locals.
The embattled retailer says it wants the question of “appropriate” board representation sorted out as soon as possible to avoid management being distracted.
Wesfarmers boss Rob Scott will look at opening up some Bunnings and Officeworks sites for vaccinations, suggesting they could be used to ramp up the rollout in regional communities.
Danielle Le Messurier
Look out Perth, an east coast chain is preparing to muscle into the local fast food market to win a share of your burger bucks amid a booming local economy.
Supermarkets were the nation’s most trusted brands, according to a new survey, but one stood out above all the rest.
The tax office has been a winner from GST on low value imported goods and a review will see if local firms are also getting a fairer share of online shoppers.
One of the nation’s biggest fuel and convenience retailers says stringent rules for overseas workers is fuelling a ‘black market’ economy.
A change is coming to all Coles stores on Thursday with shoppers searching for a popular product to be out of luck, for good reason.
WA’s whipsawed small businesses want the State Government to develop a long-term alternative to snap lockdowns as they count the cost of yet another period of lost earnings.
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