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    $1.5bn shopping centre plans boost prices

    $1.5bn shopping centre plans boost prices

    26 Sep 2013 by Catie Low

    Strong population growth and changes to retail regulations are driving shopping centre sales. ...

    $150,000 fines for Pastacup breach

    $150,000 fines for Pastacup breach

    10 Nov 2017 by Matt Mckenzie

    The competition watchdog has had its first major win enforcing a new franchising code of conduct, with the Federal Court today fining Pastacup franchisor Morild and co-founder Stuart Bernstein $150,000 for a failure to disclose he had been a director of tw ...

    $350m Mandurah mall upgrade

    $350m Mandurah mall upgrade

    04 Apr 2016 by Dan Wilkie

    Brookfield Multiplex will start work by the middle of the year on a $350 million expansion of Mandurah Forum, with the redevelopment to make the southern suburbs mall the sixth-biggest shopping centre ...

    $46m of industrial, retail sales

    $46m of industrial, retail sales

    16 Jul 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    Bradken has sold its Bassendean engineering facility to Sydney property group Charter Hall in an off-market sale and leaseback deal worth about $32.8 million, while the Champion Drive Shopping Centre in Seville Grove has been sold for $13.5 million. ...

    400 staff needed for Aldi rollout

    400 staff needed for Aldi rollout

    13 Oct 2015 by Dan Wilkie

    Aldi’s $450 million expansion into Western Australia is gathering steam, with the German supermarket giant starting the recruitment process for 400 new staff, and construction under way at 11 of its 2 ...

    7-Eleven appoints new CEO

    7-Eleven appoints new CEO

    18 Mar 2016 by Fraser Beattie

    Former Skilled Group boss Angus McKay has been named chief executive of convenience store chain 7-Eleven, replacing Warren Wilmot who resigned from the role last September after revelations of franchise staff being underpaid. ...

    7-Eleven confirms Perth expansion

    7-Eleven confirms Perth expansion

    08 Apr 2014 by Michael Ramsey, Mark Beyer

    7-Eleven Stores has confirmed that it is expanding into Western Australia, as foreshadowed last month by Business News. ...

    7-Eleven heading west

    7-Eleven heading west

    24 Mar 2014 by Mark Beyer

    A major international franchise chain is preparing the ground for an assault on WA’s retail convenience sector. ...

    7-Eleven to change business model

    7-Eleven to change business model

    10 Sep 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    7-Eleven founder and chairman Russ Withers says allegations of staff underpayment by franchisees have challenged all levels of the company, and substantial changes will be made to its business model. ...

    7-Eleven to investigate underpayment claims

    7-Eleven to investigate underpayment claims

    02 Sep 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    7-Eleven says it will establish an independent panel to review franchise agreement terms, amid claims that staff have been underpaid by franchisees. ...

    ACCC concerned about AHG takeover

    ACCC concerned about AHG takeover

    24 Jun 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says it has concerns about AP Eagers’ $2.3 billion takeover of Automotive Holdings Group, due to a potential impact on competition in new car retailing in NSW. ...

    ACCC flags Landmark-Ruralco merger concern

    ACCC flags Landmark-Ruralco merger concern

    13 Jun 2019 by AAP Business News

    The ACCC is examining whether a proposed takeover of Ruralco Holdings by a Canadian fertiliser giant could reduce wholesale competition and lead to discrimination against some independent retail stores. ...

    ACCC gives conditional green light to AHG takeover

    ACCC gives conditional green light to AHG takeover

    25 Jul 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    The competition watchdog has accepted AP Eagers' proposed takeover of rival car dealer Automotive Holdings Group, on the condition AP Eagers sells its dealerships in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley region. ...

    ACCC knocks back Covs Parts sale

    ACCC knocks back Covs Parts sale

    17 Dec 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    The consumer watchdog has decided not to approve GPC Asia Pacific’s proposed $43 million acquisition of Automotive Holdings Group’s Covs Parts business on the grounds that it would substantially lessen competition. ...

    ACCC takes Thermomix to court

    ACCC takes Thermomix to court

    16 Jun 2017 by Fraser Beattie

    The Perth-based distributor of the Thermomix kitchen appliances in Australia is being taken to court by the consumer watchdog for allegedly misleading customers when the products were found to be dangerously faulty. ...

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