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Google loses crown to Amazon as world’s most valuable brand

Google loses crown to Amazon as world’s most valuable brand | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
The most valuable brand in the world is no longer Google.
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Taxify's entry to Sydney raises competition with Uber over busy Christmas period

Taxify's entry to Sydney raises competition with Uber over busy Christmas period | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
Competition in Sydney's ride-sharing and taxi market will step up a gear in the lead up to the Christmas holiday period with Taxify launching services here o
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Grocery giant Kaufland buys second Australian site in Melbourne's Dandenong

Grocery giant Kaufland buys second Australian site in Melbourne's Dandenong | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
Ahead of joining Australia’s $90-billion grocery sector, German “hypermarket” Kaufland has bought its second Australian site in as many months, this
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Ikea recalls dressers after death of eighth child

Ikea recalls dressers after death of eighth child | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
New York: Ikea in the US has relaunched a recall of 29 million chests and dressers after the death of an eighth child.
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Amazon appears set to open in Australia this week

Amazon appears set to open in Australia this week | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
Retail insiders have for some time said Amazon would choose to starting trading from its Australian website before this week's "Black Friday" shoppin
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Surprising, Intriguing Origins Of Huge Brand Names Such As IKEA, Google, Pepsi

Surprising, Intriguing Origins Of Huge Brand Names Such As IKEA, Google, Pepsi | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
Ever wondered how famous brand names such as Google, IKEA, Sony, Spotify or Pepsi came about? Skye Gould, senior graphic designer at Business Insider, has
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Telstra offering compensation to 42,000 customers over slow NBN speeds

Telstra offering compensation to 42,000 customers over slow NBN speeds | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
Another day, another NBN saga.

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'New Myer' strategy dealt a blow as showcase store lags behind David Jones

'New Myer' strategy dealt a blow as showcase store lags behind David Jones | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
A year after Myer Warringah was revamped and reopened, industry sources are labeling it a failure.
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'Anaemic appetite': Apple, suppliers fall after report of lower iPhone 8 orders

'Anaemic appetite': Apple, suppliers fall after report of lower iPhone 8 orders | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
Shares of Apple and some of its suppliers fell on signs that demand for the new iPhone 8 models isn't as strong as anticipated while buyers await the release o
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Samsung drives Android growth as duopoly with Apple strengthens

Samsung drives Android growth as duopoly with Apple strengthens | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
When it comes to smartphones, Australians are buying more Samsung devices compared to this time last year, and ever so slightly more iPhones, but less of almos
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'Amazing stories': Apple to release Steven Spielberg series as it pushes into TV

'Amazing stories': Apple to release Steven Spielberg series as it pushes into TV | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
The iPhone maker plans to release a remake of Steven Spielberg's science fiction series "Amazing Stories,'' according to a source working with the tech giant.
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You'll be shopping like The Jetsons pretty soon

You'll be shopping like The Jetsons pretty soon | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
The automation of bricks and mortar retail is well and truly here.
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Amazon Key: I let the retail giant open my door. I regretted it.

Amazon Key: I let the retail giant open my door. I regretted it. | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
It turns out letting strangers in has been the least-troubling part of the experience.
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Woolworths to open four new 'dark stores' to fight Amazon

Woolworths to open four new 'dark stores' to fight Amazon | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
Woolworths will open as many as four new "dark stores" used to pack and ship online orders by the end of next year, as Australia's largest supermarke
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Aussie fashion giant to shed 300 stores

Aussie fashion giant to shed 300 stores | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
SPECIALTY Fashion Group — the company behind brands including Katies, Millers and Rivers — has been forced to close down more than 300 stores.
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Recall: Nudie product found to have undeclared allergen

Recall: Nudie product found to have undeclared allergen | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
An urgent recall has been issued for a Nudie product.
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Flying cars? Uber, NASA see them in Los Angeles skies by 2020

Flying cars? Uber, NASA see them in Los Angeles skies by 2020 | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
​Uber has a host of issues to contend with, from remaking its corporate culture to battling unfriendly cities - is forging ahead with its flying car plans.
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Woolies is playing smart. Coles is not, and it shows

Woolies is playing smart. Coles is not, and it shows | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
The reason Coles offers me cat food and women's wear is that it is not thinking. Woolworths is.
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Apple iPhone X demand will be substantial, but not exceptional: survey

Apple iPhone X demand will be substantial, but not exceptional: survey | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
A survey by brokerage Bernstein showed that demand for the device will be substantial, but not exceptional, with about a quarter of the respondents planning t
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Australia Post's online parcel system crashes

Australia Post's online parcel system crashes | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
Australia Post's national outage leaves online retailers fuming.
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Nearly 50,000 Mitsubishi cars recalled over defect which may cause engine failure

Nearly 50,000 Mitsubishi cars recalled over defect which may cause engine failure | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
Nearly 50,000 Mitsubishi cars across Australia are being recalled, prompted by a defect which may abruptly cut out the engine.
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AusPost prepares for Amazon with online delivery push

AusPost prepares for Amazon with online delivery push | 12 Business Marketing | Scoop.it
Australia Post has launched one of its most significant delivery programs in recent years, Shipster, ahead of the arrival of internet juggernaut Amazon.
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