Billabong is reportedly among several parties to submit a proposal to SurfStitch’s administrators, John Park, Quentin Olde and Joseph hansell of FTI Consutling group.
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A lengthy investigation by the European Commission has revealed the tiny EU nation, Luxembourg was granting Amazon unfair tax benefits compared with other companies operating in the region.
Gisborne retailer Cool Clutch has been awarded a win for Excellence in Customer Service and Retail category in this year’s Bendigo Bank Business Excellence Awards also receiving its third award for runner-up for Business of the Year.
Moss River, a homewares retail chain operating since 1978 that specialises in manchester and premium linen, has again found itself in hot water with investors.
The winners of the 2nd Annual Golden Link Awards for Asia Pacific were announced by Rakuten Marketing in a special awards ceremony held at Symposium Sydney, earlier this month.
DHL eCommerce a division of one of the world’s leading logistics company Deutsche Post DHL Group, will join the growing list of courier companies opting for Uber-inspired social delivery services, taking a sharp left turn away from the opinion of DHL Group CEO Frank Appel.
Online sports clothing retailer SurfStitch, has revealed in an investor update released on Thursday that amid financial pressures from ongoing legal proceedings, the company may begin selling off its assets.
In the continuing trend of brand consolidation among luxury retailers, this week announced the latest top end take over. Michael Kors has finalised a deal reportedly worth AUD $1.5 billion to acquire British Luxury shoemaker, Jimmy Choo.
Having collapsed into administration in February of this year, Melbourne based fashion labels Rhodes & Beckett and Herringbone have been thrown a lifeline in a deal led by current brand director Michael Boutin.
In a strategic move speculated to counter the impending Amazon arrival in Australia, Brisbane based Super Retail Group has announced it will be ditching the discount-sporting brand Amart Sports.