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oOh!media has launched a sophisticated digital airport media at Sydney's Qantas domestic airport terminal.
Qantas has reached an agreement to sell its 50 per cent stake in StarTrack to Australia Post and acquire 100 per cent of the air freight business Australian air Express.
David Jones has entered an agreement with American Express and Qantas to add frequent flyer points as a rewards option for its David Jones American Express and store card programs.
Supermarket giant Woolworths has joined forces with Qantas, HSBC and MasterCard to bring an all-in-one combined credit and loyalty card that will enable customers to be rewarded with points.
Metcash chairman Peter Barnes has appointed Fiona Balfour as a director of the board.
Darwin shoppers may never need to visit a supermarket again with Woolworths announcing the city's residents will be the first in the Territory to experience its online supermarket service.
Australian home entertainment retailer JB Hi-Fi has the strongest corporate reputation and is viewed more positively by Australians than some of our largest companies, according to the 2010 Corporate Reputation Index.
Woolworths and Qantas have entered a loyalty partnership which allows customers to earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points as part of their everyday shopping.