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Woolworths Holdings FY HEPS 374.4 Cents
Woolworths Holdings Says Zyda Rylands, CEO Of Woolworths South Africa, To Retire Early
Woolworths Holdings Sees FY Adjusted Diluted HEPS 328.4 To 345.2 Cents
Woolworths Holdings Limited is a retail company. The Company operates through seven segments: Woolworths Clothing and General Merchandise (C&GM), which includes clothing, home ware, beauty and other lifestyle products; Woolworths Food; Woolworths Logistics; David Jones, which is a department store clothing retailer; Country Road Group, which is a clothing retailer that includes the Witchery Group; Woolworths Financial Services (WFS), which includes financial products and services, and Treasury, which includes cash and debt management activities. The Company's geographical segments include South Africa, Rest of Africa and Australasia. The Company operates through its subsidiaries, which include Woolworths Proprietary Limited (WSA), David Jones Proprietary Limited (DJ) and Country Road Group Proprietary Limited (CRG), and a joint venture, Woolworths Financial Services Proprietary Limited (WFS).
Woolworths House 93 Longmarket Street
Hubert Rene Brody
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Group Finance Director, Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer - David Jones
Chief Executive Officer - Country Road Group
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South African retailer Woolworths said on Thursday it was expanding its casual and sports leisure wear ranges to reduce reliance on formal wear, after reporting a rise in half-year profit for the first time since 2015.
South African retailer Woolworths Holdings Ltd reported a 58.3% jump in half-year profit on Thursday, its first in five years, as sales recovered from the trough of the COVID-19 pandemic.
South African retailer Woolworths Holdings Ltd said on Monday it expected its first-half headline earnings per share (HEPS) to jump 50-60%, boosted by improved business environment in the final six weeks of the period.
Sharing should be more caring in 2021. In one notable example of spreading the corporate wealth amid the Covid-19 crisis, Woolworths pared manager bonuses so that over 100,000 workers could have a little slice of equity in the Australian supermarket chain. If more companies...
A proposal by Australia's Woolworths to buy about two-thirds of PFD Food Services and its properties may hurt competition in the food sector, the country's competition regulator said on Tuesday.
* Reviewing S. African fashion business (Adds CEO presentation on strategy review, DJ cost cut initiatives)
Australia's biggest grocer Woolworths said on Wednesday it is paying A$552 million ($399.4 million) for about two-thirds of PFD Food Services and its properties as the coronavirus pandemic reshapes the industry.
South African department stores chain Woolworths Holdings flagged a small fall in annual sales after its non-food stores were shut in the second-half of its financial year due to COVID-19 lockdowns.
* In talks with lenders on debt and covenants (Adds details on restructuring of Australasian property portfolio)
South African retailer Woolworths Holdings Ltd said on Wednesday it expects difficulties to persist over the remainder of the second half of its financial year due to coronavirus-related restrictions and would not declare a final dividend.
* JSE: WHL - WHL01 - FURTHER UPDATE ON THE IMPACT OF COVID-19, TRADING UPDATE AND STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
South African department stores chain Woolworths is expanding a click and collect drive-through shopping service, joining others in the sector forced to innovate during the lockdown and help consumers get vital supplies.
South African retailer Woolworths expects profit for the 52 weeks to June 28 to fall more than 20% year on year, hit by a drop in sales owing to measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
South African retailer Woolworths expects profit for the 52 weeks to June 28 to be more than 20% down year on year, hit by a drop in sales owing to measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
South Africa's Woolworths Holdings has temporarily closed all Country Road Group stores in Australia for four weeks and will stand down 5,000 employees there who will not be paid during the period in a bid to restrict the spread of the coronavirus.
* Coronavirus to impact sales and clothing supply (Adds details, coronavirus impact)
South African department chain Woolworths reported a 17.7% drop in half-year earnings on Thursday, dragged down by a number of product issues in womenswear and disappointing Black Friday sales.
* UNAUDITED INTERIM GROUP RESULTS FOR THE 26 WEEKS ENDED 29 DECEMBER 2019 AND CASH DIVIDEND DECLARATION
Half-year earnings at South Africa's Woolworths could drop by as much as 20%, the retailer warned on Monday, sending its shares down more than 4%.
South Africa's Woolworths said on Monday it expects its earnings to fall by between 15% and 20% for the 26 weeks to Dec. 29, when including the impact of an accounting change.
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