Online retailer Kogan has outstripped profit predictions for the first half of its first year of trading as a public company. (We have republished this story as we had made an unfortunate error in a previous report. We apologise for the mistake).
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has signed an 11-year deal with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to become a major sponsor of the summer and winter Olympics.
Online discount retailer Kogan has recorded strong growth in sales and revenue for the year to the end of June, with revenue of $211.1 million up 5% on prospectus forecasts for its debut as a public company on the ASX in July.
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