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How Much are Aussies Going to Spend on Boxing Day?

Boxing Day is tipped to be bigger than 2020 by a mile, the CBA is reporting. But where will consumers choose to make their purchases?

Power Retail By Power Retail | 22 Dec 2021
CBA Invests $30m into Little Birdie

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia is investing $30 million into a new online venture that aims to be the 'homepage' of online shopping - Little Birdie.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 25 May 2021
CBA and BigCommerce Join Forces to Accelerate Online Growth

BigCommerce is teaming up with CBA to 'transform' its online offering. This partnership aims to make the development of an e-com platform easier for businesses and grow in size. 

Power Retail By Power Retail | 11 May 2021
Apple Hits Back at Aussie Banks

With a strongly worded letter to the ACCC, Apple has fired back at a group of Australian banks seeking to boycott the tech giant over its Apple Pay solution.

By Julian Thumm | 12 Aug 2016
Online Retail Insights From CommBank

The CommBank Retail Insights report suggests that while retailers are aware of the directions that retail is heading, few are sufficiently prepared. Power Retail examines the report for the key findings.

By Julian Thumm | 16 Nov 2015
NAB Blamed for Lost Online Sales

Online retailers are holding National Australia Bank responsible for the loss of thousands of dollars in sales due to instability plaguing its secure credit card payment system.

By Sam Gopal | 03 Jun 2015
CBA, MasterCard and Schools Partner on QkR App

As far as innovative solutions to age-old problems go, this partnership between the Commonwealth Bank and MasterCard - QkR - could transform the way parents pay for their kids' scholastic extras.

Australian Online Retailers Gain Ground on Internationals

The latest CBA cards data reveals good news for local online retail ventures, as spending increased more at domestic websites than their offshore counterparts.

Mid-Tier Retailers are Starting to Find Online is Fashionable

In the current economic climate, consumers are putting their money into savings, travel or online retail, which leaves little room for mid-priced bricks-and-mortar fashion retailers.

Online Pressures Threaten the Weekend

Australia's major banks are angling to have ordinary working hours extended across the weekend with a view to make rostering more flexible - and it's e-commerce that is to blame once again.

What Gives, Gerry?

Gerry Harvey has announced plans to scale back Harvey Norman's online operations in the same week that CBA forecasts even more consumers will move online in the year ahead. As consumers and retail continue to...

Kaching Kaching: CBA to Release Mobile Payment App

CBA is finally embracing online retail and mobile commerce as it announces it will encroach on PayPal's turf with the launch of its new contactless payment app.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 26 Oct 2011