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Premier Investments To Seek Representation On New Myer Board
Myer Says Chairman, Garry Hounsell, To Retire
Myer Holdings Posts FY Total Sales $2,519.4 Mln, Down 15.8%
Myer Holdings Limited (Myer) is an Australia-based department store company. The Company's department store network includes a footprint of approximately 60 stores in retail locations across Australia. The Myer merchandise offer includes 11 product categories: Womenswear; Menswear; Miss Shop (Youth); Childrenswear; Intimate apparel; Beauty, fragrance and cosmetics; Homewares; Electrical goods; Toys; Footwear, handbags and accessories, and General merchandise. The Company also owns womenswear designer brand, sass & bide. The Company's brands include TOPSHOP TOPMAN, Seed, French Connection, Mimco, Veronika Maine, Jack & Jones and Industrie. The Company's subsidiaries include Myer Pty Ltd, NB Elizabeth Pty Ltd, NB Russell Pty Ltd, Warehouse Solutions Pty Ltd, Myer Group Finance Limited, Myer Group Pty Ltd and Myer Travel Pty Ltd. The Company also undertakes activities outside the department store retail business through its subsidiaries, sass & bide, and FSS Retail Pty Ltd.
Retail (Department & Discount)
PO Box 869
JoAnne M. Stephenson
Acting Chairman of the Board
John Anthony King
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer
General Counsel, Company Secretary
Executive General Manager Stores
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Australia's Myer Holdings Ltd <MYR.AX> said on Thursday its chairman, Garry Hounsell, will retire after failing to get the support of the department store operator's two biggest shareholders, sending its shares more than 6% lower.
Australian department store chain Myer Holdings Ltd <MYR.AX> swung to an annual loss as store closures and restrictions on movement to slow the coronavirus obliterated sales, and said it was reviewing a third of its outlets ahead of an online future.
* WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE ONLINE BUSINESS DURING TEMPORARY STORE CLOSURE PERIOD,
* MYER HOLDINGS LTD - MYER WILL TEMPORARILY CLOSE ALL STORES FROM CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SUNDAY FOR AN INITIAL PERIOD OF FOUR WEEKS UNTIL 27 APRIL
* Stock shipments 4-6 weeks late due to coronavirus disruption
* SUPPLY CHAIN IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS IS CURRENTLY BEING MANAGED BY TEAMS IN HONG KONG AND SHANGHAI
* H1 TOTAL SALES FROM ORDINARY ACTIVITES DOWN 3.8 PERCENT TO $1.61 BILLION
Australian department store operator Myer Holdings Ltd swung back to an annual profit on Thursday as a turnaround strategy of ditching low-margin brands and cutting floorspace put the struggling retailer back on track.
Embattled Australian department store operator Myer Holdings Ltd returned to profitability in the first half as a turnaround strategy focused on cutting floorspace and shedding low-margin brands gained traction, lifting its shares sharply.
* Company has struggled against online competition (Recasts, adds share reax, quotes)
Shareholders of Australian department store operator Myer Holdings Ltd voted against the company's executive pay proposals for a second year in a row on Friday, according to proxy votes disclosed at its annual general meeting.
Top Aussie department store chain Myer Holdings Ltd said on Friday its total sales fell in the first quarter but online sales advanced.
Myer Holdings Ltd's <MYR.AX> biggest shareholder has asked the Australian department store chain for a full list of its owners, stoking speculation that a takeover or board spill was in the offing and driving shares of the company up 9 percent.
Shares of Australia's Myer Holdings Ltd jumped 8.8 percent after its largest shareholder Premier Investments Ltd, chaired by billionaire Solomon Lew, asked Myer for a list of its owners, fuelling speculation of a takeover offer.
* Myer 2018 net loss A486 mln vs A$11.9 mln profit previously
Australia's biggest department store chain Myer Holdings Ltd on Wednesday posted its first ever annual loss since listing as it failed to win back customers amid heavy online competition.
Australia's Myer Holdings Ltd has dismissed charges by top shareholder Solomon Lew of engaging in an "extreme" discount program, and said Lew's Premier Investments Ltd is conflicted due to being a major supplier and competitor of Myer.
* Shares climb 14 pct, still less than half their value a year ago (Adds shareholder quote in last two paragraphs)
Australia's biggest department store chain, Myer Holdings Ltd, posted a 2.7 percent drop in third-quarter sales on Wednesday, hit by an unseasonably warm start to winter.
Australia's biggest department store operator Myer Holdings Ltd said on Monday it hired John King, a former head of Britain's House of Fraser Ltd, as its new chief executive officer.
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