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Dulux severs Masters deal
Local company pulls stock from Masters, as the US joint venture with Woolies buddies up to American company.
Surfwear brands caught in a rip
In today's Inside Retail Digital weekly, we look at the local surfwear sector, and see how several brands are searching the horizon for a sunnier patch of sky.
Paper clippings go digital
Bargain hunters can throw away their supermarket receipts, with Shop A Docket launching an online platform.
Swan Services in admin
National cleaning company, with shopping centre clients, placed in voluntary administration.
Gap earnings soar
Clothing chain's turnaround continues as first quarter earnings rise.
Ralph Lauren profit rises
US fashion retailer sees fourth quarter profit increase.
QLD reviewing shop act
Retailers welcome government review into the Retail Shop Leases Act.
Male fashion's new guard
Australian fashion retail becoming subtly more masculine, as new guard of local brands set up shop.
Sentinel acquires Hunter Supa Centre
Brisbane-based property group continues interstate expansion following NSW acquisition.
French icon's new era
Luxury fashion icon unveils first flagship store since undergoing controversial rebrand and name change.
Entries extended for NRA Young Retailer
Budding retailers given more time to enter industry awards.
Service station operators underpay workers
Service station operators accused of underpaying staff more than $111,000.
Westfield in talks over US malls
Shopping centre group reportedly in negotiations to sell several US malls.
Myer chases sales
Department store plans biggest stocktake sale yet, following latest sentiment figures.
Stockland cashed up for expansion
Property group raises $400 million in new equity, one day after cutting 80 jobs.
Myer lifts sales
Department store sees slight growth in sales, but remains cautious about the future for the retail industry.
Richemont fashion chief quits
Fashion head of Swiss luxury goods giant, that owns brands such as Cartier, Piaget, and Montblanc, steps down from top role.
Tesco seeks Chinese partner
British retailer says China is an important market; seeks JV.
Global council forms local ties
International Council of Shopping Centers forms alliance with local industry group.
Furniture trade not Fantastic
Furniture retailer downgrades full year profit guidance, citing subdued trading over the past few months.
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