Wesfarmers has narrowly avoided a first strike at its AGM after its executive pay package was earlier criticised as 'excessive' by proxy firm ISS.
Coles has taken fire from farmworkers at its first AGM, amid calls for it to exit the Business Council of Australia and take action over alleged worker exploitation.
The stores will effectively act as mini-supermarkets with a selection of fresh food, convenience products and hot food, including roast chicken.
With Taylor Swift on hand, the biggest online shopping event in the world is underway.
The group's last three years of sales growth has been almost entirely fuelled by online shoppers.
The prospect of a protest vote looms over next week's Wesfarmers AGM, after proxy firm ISS urged investors to vote against its 'excessive' executive pay deal.
Coles has inked a deal with some of the country's largest unions but critics aren't convinced it addresses concerns about worker exploitation in its supply chain.
Can both of Wesfarmers' discount stores Kmart and Target survive the decade?
Apple is still running a well-oiled moneymaking machine despite cooling demand for its hottest product, the iPhone.
South Africa's Woolworths bought David Jones for $2.1 billion five years ago, but with pressures on retailers rising the department store is now seen worth less than half of that.
The supermarkets' Little Shop 2 campaign was even more successful than the first time it was run.
The billionaire retailer has voted his significant shareholding against the company's proposed pay for its top executives.
The pizza chain's total sales for the first 17 weeks of 2020 grew 10.6 per cent, down from 14.7 per cent growth in the same period last year.
The department store failed to correct its profit forecasts at several occasions, but didn't hurt shareholders as the market didn't buy the 'rosy' picture, the court ruled.
Tax cuts for the wealthy will help boost consumer spending, says the head of JB Hi-Fi, as he warns recent rate cuts may have crimped consumer confidence.
Shares in Super Retail Group have slid on Tuesday after the release of the company's first-quarter sales figures.
Department store giant Myer may break its streak of strikes at its annual general meeting this year.
Sarah Hunter, Officeworks managing director also criticised the payroll landscape in Australia as a "complicated beast".
Proxy firm ISS and the Australian Shareholders' Association have both recommended voting against JB Hi-Fi's "problematic" remuneration report.
The Reject Shop has apologised for its "unacceptable" performance as it flags a new CEO pick this year and a non-compromising approach to exiting leases.
The supermarket giant has revealed its latest weapon in the collectables war, offering shoppers free wine glasses if they spend enough on their weekly grocery run.
Target and Big W have conceded they "may have breached" consumer law by refusing the return of faulty vacuum cleaners and PlayStations bought at their stores.
Harvey Norman executive chairman and majority shareholder Gerry Harvey has predicted the company's $173 million capital raising will fall short by several million dollars.
The local hardware and DIY retailer operates five stores across the state, along with a lawn mower centre in Somerton and an online store.
Industry analysis estimates revenues for music instrument retailing have declined 33.3 per cent since 2004 as household expenditure on instruments has dropped.
Hays Travel, an independent UK travel agent, has bought all 555 stores of Thomas Cook, one of the world's oldest tour companies, which collapsed last month.
It is the first time since 1992, when the chain was founded by Dick Smith, that the Australian retail landscape won't include Australian Geographic stores.
The institutional raise fell short, leaving the company relying on retail investors to raise the remaining $50 million.
Rip Curl's founders are credited with essentially creating Australia's surfing industry. It all started from a garage.
The announcement comes just days after it announced it had underpaid staff at its Bunnings hardware chain superannuation entitlements for nearly 10 years.
Too busy for catch-ups with friends? That could be taking a toll on your work.
A Sydney husband and wife duo have founded an online shopping portal that aims to do for online fashion retailing what Google did for internet search.