A new report by PriceWaterhouseCoopers has found that Australian online shopping will grow twice as fast as bricks and mortar retail in the next four years.
Premier Retail (formerly the Just Group) announces a major reduction in stores and jobs following a disastrous sales year, with former David Jones CEO Mark McInnes announcing 50 store closures.
PayPal and eBay have addressed revelations that Canberra explored halving the GST threshold, saying this move would affect less than 10% of their business.
Daily deals giants Groupon and Scoopon end their standoff over the Groupon Australia trademark and domain name, agreeing to settle out of court.
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Fairfax is reporting that the Federal Government has already looked into the feasibility of halving the GST threshold, with it being ruled out on the basis of cost of implementation.
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Customers are responding to mounting living costs and financial pressure by shopping for everyday items online – a trend set to deepen in the months ahead.
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Reports have found that “power shoppers” spend up to 600% more than regular consumers and that Australians are twice as likely to belong to this demographic.