Solomon Lew, the billionaire retailer behind many of Australia’s best-known fast fashion brands, won’t name the factories that make them, despite modern slavery concerns.
The supermarket giant is being taken to court for alleged worker underpayments, with dozens allegedly short-changed over $100,000.
A supermarket chain has stepped forward as a major contender to snap up Priceline’s owner in a surprising multimillion-dollar move.
The Fair Work Ombudsman is taking legal action against Coles, which is accused of underpaying thousands of workers by more than $115 million.
The powerful Pharmacy Guild has suggested that Woolworths’ sale of cigarettes and its remaining interests in pubs and pokies makes it an unsuitable owner of pharmacies group API.
Sean Smith and Daniel Newell
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A major proposal from Scott Morrison has received criticism from an unlikely source.
West Australians’ seemingly insatiable appetite for fast food has helped push franchisee Collins Foods’ KFC profits to a record high as it plans to open more outlets.
An Aldi product recalled from shelves more than a year ago remains a threat to kids after the supermarket received a low number of returns.
What happens when you combine watermelons, unsold bread, a retail colossus and a craft brewer? Summertime merriment, apparently.
Rebecca Le May
LVMH has announced star designer Virgil Abloh died on Sunday after battling cancer for several years. He was 41.
Business and community leaders have renewed calls for Perth’s out-of-date shopping hours to be modernised, ahead of the WA capital reopening to the world.
WA natural skincare brand Clean & Pure has been named one of Australia’s most technologically innovative companies after taking out the E-Commerce Award at the Australian Export Awards.
The SafeWA app will continue to be used when WA lifts its hard border, leaving some businesses concerned about managing compliance and others fearing they will incur costs and delays for vaccination checks.
Danielle Le Messurier
Supermarket giant Woolworths has increased its own label milk prices, with farmers hoping to have the costs passed back to them.
WA shoppers are tipped to spend $560 million in the next four days as Black Friday sales fever kicks in.
Investors have lashed out at Kogan over executive salaries, saying they should have lost a lot of money after the share price plunged.
WA’s powerhouse economy could be losing some steam, according to economists, with the State following a national pull-back in online retail sales in October despite the absence of lockdowns.
Australia's retailers could see a million dollars a minute spent during the Black Friday-Cyber Monday discounted sales period.
Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics and Business Correspondent
INSIDER: Rip Curl’s newly appointed, WA-raised CEO Brooke Farris says lessons learnt on some of the State’s best surf breaks have defined her leadership style.
A university study into customer abuse and job security has found women and non-English speakers were most affected through COVID-19 pandemic.
Workers in one industry have reported disturbing acts of violence with more than half saying they had been abused while on the job during the pandemic.
One of the most annoying things about supermarket trolleys could soon be a thing of the past thanks to new Aussie-made tech.
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