Shoppers would stampede DJs' doors

On the right terms, a David Jones-Myer merger would be highly valuable for shareholders. But once that possibility is open rival players will rush in.

Less surprising than David Jones’ forced disclosure that it was approached by Myer last year with a merger proposal is its admission that it had rejected the overture “shortly after it was received.”

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Less surprising than David Jones’ forced disclosure that it was approached by Myer last year with a merger proposal is its admission that it had rejected the overture “shortly after it was received.”

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