In a landmark ruling, the US Supreme Court has voted in favour of South Dakota enforcing sales taxes on online purchases, causing share prices of Amazon, eBay and Etsy to fall.
InStitchu recently announced the acquisition of its biggest competitor, George & King, as it take steps towards implementing its multi-brand growth strategy.
IKEA believes that the 56 percent of Australian consumers who throw out furniture each year would be less inclined to do so if there was a way for them to profit from their unwanted goods. The Swedish furniture retailer has a plan to test this theory.
As Australia prepares to ban single-use plastic bags on July 1, Woolworths has been busy introducing new online delivery fees, which will see consumers pay an extra $3.50 for a “crate to bench” home delivery service.
Facebook is looking to improve users’ shopping experiences on the platform, with plans in place to penalise brands that receive negative reviews from shoppers.
Paul Marciano, the co-founder of Guess Inc. has announced his resignation after an investigation found that he had “exercised poor judgment”, leading to allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
After a consumer’s hopes and dreams of owning an affordable dryer were crushed by a stock blunder at The Warehouse in New Zealand, the company’s marketing team did something wonderful.
New research has revealed that 57 percent of consumers are unhappy with the customer experience they receive in Australia and New Zealand. So, what are they unhappy with and what level of service do they expect to receive from brands?
Human resources company, PageUp, admits to “unusual activity” in its IT infrastructure, which could potentially compromise the bank, tax and personal details of thousands of major Australian businesses and individuals.