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Amazon dethrones Google as top global brand —survey
Amazon dethrones Google as top global brand —survey
US retail giant Amazon has moved past hi-tech titans Apple and Google to become the world's most valuable brand, a key survey showed on Tuesday....
Inflation outlook remains on target
Inflation outlook remains on target
The increase in the consumer price inflation (CPI) has been marginal since the beginning of 2019, but rising fuel and electricity prices are likely...
The human cost of fast fashion
The human cost of fast fashion
Lauren Dixon-Paver faced a dilemma a couple of weeks ago when she needed to get a new pair of pants: for over a year now, the 25-year-old graphic...
Small enterprises are embracing a new inclusive business model
Small enterprises are embracing a new inclusive business model
Earlier this year about 50 spaza shop owners in Gauteng got together and decided it made more financial sense to buy together, in bulk, the baked...
Buddies lick wounds after property war
Buddies lick wounds after property war
A Grahamstown developer has received the green light to build a Superspar, a Mugg & Bean and other shops, ending an eight-year battle between two...
Pick n Pay shares fall as it continues to lose customers
Pick n Pay shares fall as it continues to lose customers
Pick n Pay Stores' shares fell the most in two years after first-half sales growth failed to convince investors the South African grocer is doing...
JD reports loss and halts dividend as credit sales fall
JD reports loss and halts dividend as credit sales fall
JD Group, the South African retailer which sells 63% if its furniture on credit, posted a full-year loss and halted the dividend as more customers...
Economic week ahead: SA retail sales
Economic week ahead: SA retail sales
Retail figures from South Africa and the US, growth figures in Europe and Japan and a slew of data from China will dominate this week’s data...
Spar profit growth slows amid spending downturns
Spar profit growth slows amid spending downturns
Spar Group, a South African food and liquor retailer, said first-half profit growth slowed to 9.4% as demand for liquor and building materials...
SA cottons on to fast fashion
SA cottons on to fast fashion
South African clothing manufacturers are benefiting from retailers' growing demand for locally made goods as fast fashion takes root.
Delinquency scars credit retailers
Delinquency scars credit retailers
Retailers have come under pressure because of the uncertain economic times but the problem is being compounded for credit retailers by a market in...
Edcon loss widens as changes disrupt clothes sales
Edcon loss widens as changes disrupt clothes sales
Edcon Holdings, owned by Bain...

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