According to new research from Bakers Delight, one in five Australian women aged 25-to-65 feel guilty when eating bread, and more than two in five confessed to avoiding eating bread when trying to lose weight.
A special taskforce has been formed to oversee the recall of Infinity brand electrical cables, after it was discovered that the 'poor quality' plastic insulation coating failed electrical safety standards.
International retail giant Williams-Sonoma is opening a new cluster of stores on Sydney's North Shore this week that will be a mixture of retail outlet, cooking school and design studio.
Research conducted by Google found that 84 per cent of shoppers use their smartphones when they are in store and, the more expensive the item, the longer they spend using their mobile to research and compare.
Retailer reported an increase in sales driven by opening new stores, embracing omnichannel retail and an increased focus on private label products.
Russell Zimmerman is the executive director of the Australian Retailers Association. In this special Q&A, he explains why he is optimistic for the remaining months of 2014.
Former federal treasurer Peter Costello has challenged retailers to innovate in order to withstand competitive challenges in a difficult and rapidly evolving retail environment.
As omnichannel retailing takes hold in Australia, the rapid growth in ownership and usage of smartphones is revolutionising the way that consumers shop.
In a first for the consumer electronics retail industry, Officeworks has begun retailing PayPal's portable, low-barriers-to-entry POS terminal, named 'Here', at its 153 Australian outlets.
Woolworths has revealed that its Masters business lost $176 million during the 2014 financial year, bringing its total loss for the past two financial years to just under $333 million.