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    Scott, Coleman, Ellison make their marks

    Scott, Coleman, Ellison make their marks

    17 Dec 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    SPECIAL REPORT: Three businessmen will have more impact than most on the state’s economic future, with Peter Coleman leading an oil and gas revival, Chris Ellison building a lithium empire, and Rob Scott reshaping Wesfarmers. ...

    Cashies to bring in new CEO

    Cashies to bring in new CEO

    06 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    Cash Converters International has appointed Bank of Queensland's Sydney-based group executive, Brendan White, as its new chief executive, starting in March next year. ...

    Cott, Claremont show up Subi

    Cott, Claremont show up Subi

    04 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    Two retail strips in the heart of the western suburbs have reduced their vacancy rates during the past 15 months despite the rise of online shopping. ...

    Scott embraces disruption at Wesfarmers

    Scott embraces disruption at Wesfarmers

    03 Dec 2018 by Dan Wilkie

    Disruption, a demerger and divestments are shaping Wesfarmers’ long-term approach to growth, managing director Rob Scott told last week’s Success & Leadership breakfast. ...

    IGA owner loses Woolies appeal

    IGA owner loses Woolies appeal

    03 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    The Supreme Court has dismissed a review application from the owner of the Canning Bridge IGA regarding a new Woolworths development in Mt Pleasant. ...

    Bunnings UK sell-off still stings Wesfarmers CEO Scott

    Bunnings UK sell-off still stings Wesfarmers CEO Scott

    27 Nov 2018 by Dan Wilkie

    Wesfarmers chief executive Rob Scott says while decisions to sell out of Bunnings’ loss-making operations in the UK and Ireland, and to demerge supermarkets giant Coles, were easy in a commercial sense, the Bunnings move in particular proved taxing on an e ...

    Perron Group set up for long haul

    Perron Group set up for long haul

    26 Nov 2018 by Mark Beyer

    The late Stan Perron, who passed away last Friday after building a $4 billion self-made fortune, started preparing for his succession more than 25 years ago. ...

    Continuity, diversity drive success

    Continuity, diversity drive success

    22 Nov 2018 by Mark Beyer

    ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: The ranks of WA’s largest public companies have changed dramatically over the past two decades, but Wesfarmers has been a constant near the top. This article is part of a special series to mark Business News' 25-year anniversary. ...

    Woolies sells fuel stations in $1.7bn deal

    Woolies sells fuel stations in $1.7bn deal

    09 Nov 2018 by Business News

    Woolworths has announced the sale of its 540 petrol stations to UK-based EG Group for $1.73 billion, months after BP pulled out of a deal to buy the fuel business. ...

    Tommy Hilfiger opens Perth store

    Tommy Hilfiger opens Perth store

    26 Oct 2018 by Business News

    International designer clothing brand Tommy Hilfiger has today opened its first full-price store in Western Australia, with a new outlet located in the Claremont Quarter. ...

    Tipping point reached for retail

    Tipping point reached for retail

    25 Oct 2018 by Tim Treadgold

    Opinion: Tough times continue for retailers the world over, as a combination of factors led by internet offerings ramp-up the pressure. ...

    Shopping centres’ big sales

    Shopping centres’ big sales

    11 Oct 2018 by Peter Kermode, Tayler Neale

    Several major deals in recent months mark a surge of activity in the shopping centre space. ...

    Retail reward for Quick Flick

    Retail reward for Quick Flick

    05 Oct 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    A retail deal with Priceline Pharmacy is the latest win for local makeup business The Quick Flick, which was launched last year by Perth university student turned entrepreneur Iris Smit. ...

    SCA in $270m Perth shopping spree

    SCA in $270m Perth shopping spree

    03 Oct 2018 by Tayler Neale

    Sydney-based SCA Property Group has purchased four Perth shopping centres for a combined $269.4 million as part of a larger deal with ASX-listed Vicinity Centres. ...

    DVG owner expands to east coast

    DVG owner expands to east coast

    02 Oct 2018 by Business News

    Three years after taking a majority stake in Perth company DVG Automotive Group, Japanese outfit IDOM has made its first move into the east coast car market, purchasing Melbourne-based Andrews & Wallis Motor Group. ...

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