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Christmas presents: It's not too late to go from mug to smug
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Christmas presents: It's not too late to go from mug to smug

There's still plenty of time to go online and snap up bargains before Christmas. Here are some good places to start.

  • by Joel Gibson

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'No regrets' over Sizzler axing as Collins Foods sales jump on KFC boom

'No regrets' over Sizzler axing as Collins Foods sales jump on KFC boom

Collins Food says coronavirus was the final nail in the coffin for Sizzler, but the fast-food giant sees revenue surge from booming KFC sales.

  • by Dominic Powell
Kathmandu chief unexpectedly quits for top job at Austrade

Kathmandu chief unexpectedly quits for top job at Austrade

The chief executive of outdoor retail giant Kathmandu Xavier Simonet has unexpectedly quit his job to take up a new post as the new head of Austrade.

  • by Dominic Powell
Black Friday in a pandemic: The strong get stronger and everyone else is hanging on

Black Friday in a pandemic: The strong get stronger and everyone else is hanging on

Mired in an economic crisis, Americans are expected to spend more this holiday season than last.

  • by Michael Corkery, Sapna Maheshwari, Derek M. Norman, Kellen Browning, Liz Alderman, Eshe Nelson and Christopher F. Schuetze
Melburnians flock to major shopping centres for annual Black Friday sales

Melburnians flock to major shopping centres for annual Black Friday sales

Melburnians have flocked to major shopping centres for annual Black Friday sales as Victoria recorded its 28th consecutive day without a new coronavirus case in a sign the city is fast-approaching 'COVID normal'.

  • by David Estcourt and Dominic Powell
Queues for Chadstone on Black Friday
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Queues for Chadstone on Black Friday

It's one of the biggest shopping days of the year, and there were queues of bargain hunters on the highway to get into Chadstone shopping centre.

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Scammers use puppies to prey on Black Friday bargain hunters

Scammers use puppies to prey on Black Friday bargain hunters

Detective says some scams have involved a buyer not just paying for a non-existent dog but also paying for its "funeral".

  • by Toby Crockford
'They're taking money out of the state': CBD retail poaching rolls on unabashed

'They're taking money out of the state': CBD retail poaching rolls on unabashed

A billion-dollar Sydney fund manager has continued to poach luxury retailers from King Street to fill empty tenancies at its $200 million Raine Square redevelopment with the incentive of free rent and new retail fit-outs.

  • by David Prestipino
'That bugger's nearly 90': Gerry Harvey, inspired by Murdoch, plans to retire at 100

'That bugger's nearly 90': Gerry Harvey, inspired by Murdoch, plans to retire at 100

Harvey Norman founder Gerry Harvey has said he hopes to follow in the footsteps of 89-year-old News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch.

  • by Dominic Powell
Kathmandu rides Rip Curl wave as COVID-19 batters sales

Kathmandu rides Rip Curl wave as COVID-19 batters sales

The recent acquisition of surf retailer Rip Curl has emerged as a bright spot for the outdoors retail group.

  • by Dominic Powell
HomeCo REIT looks to expand as retail market recovers

HomeCo REIT looks to expand as retail market recovers

The newly-listed $900 million HomeCo Daily Needs REIT will use the firepower of its balance sheet to expand the portfolio across regional Australia which is experiencing strong growth as the population moves away from City areas.

  • by Carolyn Cummins