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Coles Group Limited is an Australia-based company that operates predominantly in the retail industry. The Company sells various products, including fresh food, groceries, household goods, liquor, fuel and financial services through its store network and online platforms. The Company operates through three divisions: Coles Supermarkets, Coles Liquor and Coles Convenience. Coles Supermarkets comprises the Coles supermarkets store network, the Coles Online supermarket offering and Coles Financial Services. Coles Liquor operates a range of liquor retailing formats encompassing three brands, such as Liquorland, First Choice Liquor and Vintage Cellars, as well as an online liquor retailing business. Coles Convenience segment sells shell fuels and a range of products, such as groceries, snacks, drinks, gas bottles, firewood, and Shell oils and lubricants. Coles Liquor also operates a network of 88 hotels under the Spirit Hotels brand, predominantly located in Queensland.
Retail (Department & Discount)
Tooronga, 800 Toorak Road
James Philip Graham
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Executive - Commercial and Express
Chief Executive Coles Express, Online & Corporate Affairs
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Coles Group has been notified of a class action regarding underpayment of some of its managers and intends to defend itself against the action, Australia's second largest grocery chain said on Friday.
Australia's second-biggest grocery chain Coles Group Ltd <COL.AX> said on Wednesday supermarket sales leapt by a record 13.1% in the March quarter, boosted by a buying frenzy driven by the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent lockdown.
* QTRLY SUPERMARKETS SALES $8,230 MILLION VERSUS $7,232 MILLION
Coles Group Ltd said on Wednesday supermarket sales rose 13.8% in the third quarter, boosted by a buying frenzy driven by the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent lockdown.
Australia's Wesfarmers Ltd <WES.AX> on Monday said it would sell a 5.2% stake in Coles Group <COL.AX>, the supermarket chain it spun off in 2018, in a bid to retain a more flexible balance sheet amid uncertainty posed by the coronavirus outbreak.
Australian conglomerate Wesfarmers Ltd on Monday said it would sell a 5.2% stake in Coles Group in a bid to retain a more flexible balance sheet amid uncertainty posed by the coronavirus outbreak.
Australian Competition And Consumer Commission:
Australia's second largest grocery chain Coles Group Ltd <COL.AX> said it had underpaid some store managers for six years, thrusting it into a wages scandal that has affected several of the country's biggest companies and crimping its half-year profit.
Australia's Wesfarmers Ltd <WES.AX> said on Tuesday it will sell 4.9% of Coles Group <COL.AX>, the supermarket chain it spun off in 2018, suggesting it was a good opportunity to book some profits.
Australia's Wesfarmers Ltd said on Tuesday it will sell 4.9% of Coles Group, the supermarket chain it spun off in 2018.
* GROSS OPERATING CAPEX CONTINUES TO BE ON TRACK FOR $700 MILLION TO $900 MILLION FY SPEND
Australia's second-biggest grocery chain, Coles Group Ltd, posted near-flat half-year earnings on Tuesday, as strong holiday-season sales at its supermarkets were overshadowed by margin pressure at its liquor division.
Australian shares are likely to open little changed on Tuesday as investors remain on the sidelines ahead of earnings from major companies, including miner BHP Group Ltd and supermarket chain Coles Group Ltd . The local share price index futures ticked lower, a 62.1-point...
Australian supermarket chain Coles Group Ltd <COL.AX> said on Thursday a strong year-end performance likely pushed its first-half earnings beyond analyst estimates - albeit still below the year-earlier level - briefly sending its shares up nearly 2%.
Australia's Coles Group said on Thursday it expects operating earnings to fall in the first half of fiscal 2020, citing margin pressure at its liquor business.
Australian supermarket giant Coles Group <COL.AX> booked much slower quarterly sales growth as a rival's toy giveaways found favour with shoppers, but it said sales were picking up after it refocused its marketing strategies.
Australia's Coles Group reported a slowdown in comparable sales growth at its supermarkets division, as a boost from a popular promotional campaign wore off while severe drought in the country also hurt the retailer's performance.
Australia's second-largest grocery chain Coles Group on Tuesday reported a 1.6% rise in quarterly sales at its supermarket unit, but comparable sales growth slowed as the boost from a wildly popular promotional campaign wore off amid stiff competition.
* Shares up 4% (Recasts with plastic toy promotion; adds CEO comments)
Supermarket operator Coles Group said on Thursday its annual net profit fell 9%, hit by costs related to its separation from parent Wesfarmers late last year.
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