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Amazon isn’t the only predator in the retail jungle

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The arrival of Amazon is only the latest threat to retailing, which has been enduring structural change in the economy now for years.
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How Gen Y is shopping differently to their parents (and how it’s changing the economy)

, Jul 05, 2017

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Thirty five years worth of retail turnover data shows that we now shop very differently to the era of Bob Hawke, big hair and shoulder pads.
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Campaign to jack up online GST is protectionist and lazy

, Nov 27, 2013

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In demanding the lowering of the GST threshold for offshore purchases, the states and retailers want more cash from the federal government or consumers.
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The surprise take away message for domestic online retailers

, Oct 04, 2013

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Instead of complaining about the GST, Australia's retailers ought to look at who is doing well online here. And the answer might surprise them, write Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane.
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Grand Theft Retail: why traditional retailers will continue doing it tough

, Sep 20, 2013

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Changes in consumer spending are going to go on clobbering the traditional retail business model, regardless of what the Aussie dollar does.
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Stop singing those blue-collar blues: manufacturing jobs rise

, Dec 19, 2012

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ABS data shows the dynamics of the Australian workforce are changing -- good news at last for manufacturing, but bad news for public servants and construction workers.

Retailers’ frenzy shows they still don’t get it

, Nov 21, 2012

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The Click Frenzy online retailing spruik wouldn't have impressed customers. And yet traditional retailers actually have all the cards when it comes to online shopping.
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Click frenzy, profit wait for local retailers

, Nov 20, 2012

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Australia’s big retailers are trying to jump on the Click Frenzy bandwagon, while Target is still fighting to make a profit online. The numbers for many simply don't add up.

The day the music died (in store) goes to retail woes

, Aug 31, 2012

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Musicians and music lovers may have a fondness for their bricks-and-mortar stores, but the demise of Allans Billy Hyde shows music is not immune from the changes sweeping retail.

Bonanza for big-box retail at the expense of transparency

, Jan 24, 2012

Planning ministers in Victoria have a habit of trying to cut corners and then coming unstuck, writes Stephen Rowley, an urban planner and former co-editor of Planning News.