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Lindsay Fox has sharply reduced his stake in Premier Investments. Photo: Arsineh Houspian Lindsay Fox dominated proceedings on the directors' trades front, cutting his stake in Premier Investments by 54 per cent and raising more than $23 million...
The GST-free threshold makes it almost 'impossible to compete internationally'. Premier Investments chief executive Mark McInnes has lashed out against the federal government and it's refusal to lower the GST-free threshold on imported goods.
Retail brand owner Premier Investments has reported a net profit of $46.5 million for the six months to January 26, a 20.7 per cent increase from the previous corresponding period. Premier chairman Solomon Lew said. "This transformation program has
The group, which has been rejuvenating its clothing brands, lifted its profit to $46.5 million while revenues rose 2.6 per cent to $460.3 million. The rise in earnings was attributed to outstanding results from womenswear retailer chains Portmans and
More confirmation of the weakness of Australia's retail industry came out on Monday as investment firm Premier reported a 49 per cent drop in profit for its retail businesses. Premier owns fashion stores Just Jeans, Peter Alexander, Smiggle and dotti,
In a move designed to shake the retail sector from one of its darkest times, Myer has hinted at moving away from the recent trend of markdowns and discounts at its stores, The Daily Telegraph reported. It plans to turn its stores into a "theatre",
LEW seems to have found a way of having your cake, and eating it too, thanks to Premier Investments' dividend reinvestment plan (DRP). In the past year, since introducing the plan, Lew's Premier has been paying shareholders more money than the
Net profit for the 27 weeks ended January 30, 2010 was $42.44 million compared to $49.18 million in the previous corresponding period. The results comes after Chairman Mr Lew told shareholders at its annual general meeting in November that "profits