Target

A general merchandise retailer based in Minneapolis.

Business
May 28

Target tests new displays, service out of department store playbook

With upscale displays and added service, retailer honors its department store roots.
Business
May 18

Target CEO foresees rebound following a tough quarter

Retailer lowers near-term outlook after tough quarter, but CEO foresees rebound
Business
May 17

Target names Nordstrom executive Mark Tritton as chief merchandising officer

Hiring of Mark Tritton ends a search that took almost a year.
Business
May 17
Kathee Tesija, shown in April when Target's Lilly Pulitzer collection was unveiled, is leaving as the retailer''s chief merchandising officer, ending a 29-year career.

June 2015: Target revamp continues as No. 2 exec leaves

Kathryn A. Tesija, the de facto No. 2 executive at Target Corp. and its chief merchandiser since 2008, is leaving, the company said this morning.
Business
May 12

CEO says Target stands by transgender policy just as it did for blacks in '60s

CEO offered an olive branch to those who have been upset by the policy and said the company will add family restrooms to all of its stores.
Business
May 7

Kathee Tesija, former top Target executive, finds second act

  After 30 years in a fast-paced, high-pressure career at Target Corp., Kathee Tesija last summer stepped down as chief merchandiser, the company’s No. 2…
Business
April 30
Target won’t say if its sales have been affected by the backlash over its stance over North Carolina's law on gender and bathrooms.

Target faces backlash, praise for position on transgender issue

The Minneapolis-based retailer was the first major one to take such a prominent stance on the legislation over gender identification and bathroom use.
Business
April 22

Target tests food transparency ideas at Edina store

An experiment this weekend will give extra details about food, which could lead to labeling changes.
Business
April 19

Target says transgender people can use bathroom that aligns with identity

The retailer's statement comes amid debates in legislatures in Minnesota and elsewhere.
Business
April 15

Will Target's Marimekko reach Lilly Pulitzer proportions this weekend?

Target Corp.'s limited-time collaboration with Finnish design house Marimekko hits stores and its website in the wee morning hours on Sunday. The question is whether…
Business
April 3
Target's West Stringfellow

Q&A with Techstars' Ryan Broshar and West Stringfellow

Inside Target's City Center offices, the sound of hammers and drills are a frequent reminder that the retailer is in the midst of some big changes.
Business
March 27
Kevin Khottavongsa goes to Augsburg as a part-time student working on his MBA. He is still looking for work after being laid off from Target last year.

A year after Target's layoffs, workers are finding their way

Nearly all have found jobs, a testament to the respect other employers have for Target, the robust job market in the Twin Cities, and the ability of white-collar workers to reinvent themselves.
Business
March 10
Target's West Stringfellow

Target looking to hire 20 people for mysterious start-up called Goldfish

The project will operate out of the retailer's Sunnyvale, Calif., office.
Business
March 7

Target reaches deal with Canadian landlords as it winds down there

The retailer gave a little more after a judge struck down its previous offer.
Business
March 2

Target executives focus on better groceries and new stores near colleges

Target executives look to fresh groceries, stores near campuses during 2016.
Business
March 2

Target's next design partner is bold print power Marimekko

With Finnish designer as a partner, Target to unveil Marimekko collection.
Business
February 29

Target hires Amazon exec to enhance supply chain

  Target Corp. has hired a seasoned veteran from archrival Amazon as it doubles down on upgrading its supply chain. Arthur Valdez will relocate to…
Business
February 24

Target execs upbeat for 2016 after solid holiday performance

Profit just missed analysts' forecasts but executives gave a positive outlook for 2016.
Business
February 23

Target stops selling hoverboards because of their fire hazard

Target, Wal-Mart stop online sales due to more safety concerns.
Music
February 10

Target to team with Gwen Stefani for live music video commercial during Grammys

The retailer puts its focus on one commercial that will double as Gwen Stefani's music video.
Business
February 7
Items in Target's new gender-neutral Pillowfort line include colorful pillows, play items and decor. There will still be pink and blue — just less of it.

Target's new kids line takes a gender-neutral approach

The Minneapolis-based retailer is introducing new kids' home decor products that blur the lines between what is for girls and what is for boys. The move is part of a top-to-bottom shake-up of the retailer's kids' business as Target looks to reclaim its style edge.
Business
February 3

First group of Target pharmacies switch to CVS banner

A rapid conversion is underway at nearly 1,700 Target stores after CVS spent $1.9 billion for the retailer's pharmacies.
Business
January 15

Subject of 'Joy' shares stories, strategy with Target employees

Miracle Mop inventor Joy Mangano's interview with Chief Executive Brian Cornell drew a standing-room-only crowd at headquarters.
Business
January 9

Target teams with D'Amico & Sons, Freshii to bring fresh appeal to its in-store cafes

With American tastes changing, Target experiments with D'Amico & Sons, Freshii and other healthier options for its in-store cafes.
Don't Miss
December 24, 2015
Read the fine print when it comes to using your gift cards.

Don't like gift card you got for Christmas? Target, other retailers will offer you trade

An aftermarket for gift cards has grown in recent years, and Target is joining in.