VITA GROUP POSTS STEADY RESULTS DESPITE ROUGH YEAR

VITA GROUP POSTS STEADY RESULTS DESPITE ROUGH YEAR

IT'S no secret Vita Group (ASX: VTG) has had a testing year, however the company has still managed to deliver steady financial results. Vita Group, the consultative sales organisation which owns several Telstra outlets, boosted its revenue by five per cent to $674.6 million and its net profit margin by three per cent to hit $39 millio...

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KOGAN BREAKS FORECASTS IN ITS FIRST YEAR OF PUBLICLY LISTED TRADE

KOGAN BREAKS FORECASTS IN ITS FIRST YEAR OF PUBLICLY LISTED TRADE

RAISING the bar high in its first year as a publicly listed company, Kogan.com (ASX: KGN) has smashed its forecasts across the board to deliver a net profit after tax of $3.7 million, up 362 per cent on its previous year. The company, which began as an electronics retailer, has now expanded into markets including mobile, travel and insura...

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CAMPLIFY MOTORS INTO THE UK MARKET

CAMPLIFY MOTORS INTO THE UK MARKET

CARAVAN hire and RV sharing community Camplify has made its move in the European market, establishing its first operations in the UK. The Airbnb-style peer-to-peer camper sharing platform was given a $1.75 million leg up in Australia earlier this year when it was partially acquired by listed giant Apollo Tourism and Leisure (ASX: ATL). ...

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COCHLEAR R&D INVESTMENT DRIVES NEW PRODUCTS AND BOOSTS PROFIT AND REVENUE

COCHLEAR R&D INVESTMENT DRIVES NEW PRODUCTS AND BOOSTS PROFIT AND REVENUE

COCHLEAR (ASX: COH) has boosted its 2017 full year net profit by 18 percent to $223.6 million and has forecast further double-digit growth for FY18 as it rolls out a range of new products.

The world's biggest hearing implant maker grew its sales revenue by seven per cent to $1.2 billion, while earnings before interest and tax rose 20 per ...

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WESFARMERS BOOKS BUMPER PROFIT BUT SUPERMARKET WAR HITS COLES' BOTTOM LINE

WESFARMERS BOOKS BUMPER PROFIT BUT SUPERMARKET WAR HITS COLES' BOTTOM LINE

SUPERMARKET giant Coles has posted its biggest slide in earnings since it was acquired by Wesfarmers (ASX: WES) 10 years ago as it faces intense competition from Woolworths and German chain Aldi.

Wesfarmers revealed Coles' earnings plunged 13.5 per cent to $1.61 billion which is the first earnings decline since it acquired the business in...

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