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Roger David Goes Bust

Multichannel menswear chain, Roger David, has been placed into administration after 76 years of operation.

April Davis By April Davis | 18 Oct 2018
Is Toys ‘R’ Us Staging a Comeback?

After closing its doors earlier this year, the iconic toy retailer was thought to be yesterday’s news. Now, rumours are circulating that the beloved multichannel brand might not be dead after all.

By Sam McConnell | 04 Oct 2018
Oroton's Fate Decided

July 27th will be the end of an era for the Levy family who have had control and run of Oroton since 1938, as Oroton will present its DOCA to the NSW Supreme Court.

By Hannah Ainsworth | 11 Jul 2018
Toys ‘R’ Us Australia Collapses

Following the fall of its American and UK counterparts, Toys ‘R’ Us Australia has fallen into voluntary administration after the global toy retailer failed to find a buyer for its Australian operations.

April Davis By April Davis | 22 May 2018
Myer Battles on, Re-Opens 'Cursed' Hobart Store

Despite scoring poorly on the latest Australian Corporate Reputation Index, Myer has its sights set on the future as it re-opens one of only two Tasmanian stores.

April Davis By April Davis | 20 Apr 2018
Fate of SurfStitch Decided

It was a tumultuous and drama-filled lead up to the final SurfStitch creditors' vote. But it's now been decided that the Alceon proposal will prevail. What will this mean for the future of the brand?

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 04 Apr 2018
$25 Million Deal to Save Oroton

With about 350 staff entitlements to be paid for and no immediate store closures, the rescue plan for Oroton Group has been put in motion.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 03 Apr 2018
Another Voluntary Administration? Myer Says No.

The trajectory of Myer seems to lead to only one place. But with punters watching the Myer saga with bated breath while it hunts for a new CEO, the company has apparently ruled out VA...

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 27 Mar 2018
Dick Smith Set to Close its Doors for Good, Sell Off Online Assets

With the receiver unable to find a buyer, beleaguered electronics retail Dick Smith is set to close is doors after almost 50 years in operation.

By Julian Thumm | 26 Feb 2016