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Target announces it will buy back another $5 billion in shares
With fewer store openings, the company is looking to use its cash.
Target's first tech incubator with Techstars already hatching tangible results
Six of 11 start-ups forge partnerships with the Minneapolis-based retailer.
CEO Brian Cornell rallies his Target team for the critical holiday season
14,000 red-clad employees hear sales pitches from executives at Target Center
What's next for Target's mojo? That's the job for its new chief merchant
In choosing the products to stock, Mark Tritton controls the direction of the retailer's evolution.
Start-ups in Target's Techstars accelerator race to finish line
Target's Techstar entrepreneurs are close to turning their ideas into fully formed firms
Schafer: Two years in, Target CEO's job isn't getting easier
There's plenty of evidence to support the idea that it's not a great time to be a retailer, but that hasn't stopped Wal-Mart.
College campus is next big retail battleground for Target, Amazon and more
The checkout lane at the mini-Target store in Dinkytown is lined with the holy trifecta of many college diets: mac & cheese, Ramen noodles and…
Target cuts ties with vendor for deceptively selling Egyptian cotton sheets
Sheets were labled as Egyptian cotton when they were not.
First sales drop in two years sends Target execs scrambling for answers
The company's second-quarter results and forecast were yet more proof that consumer spending patterns have been changing.
Target will spend $20 million to add private restrooms to stores
Target Corp. will spend $20 million this year to add family restrooms to the rest of its stores to appease critics upset with its policy…
Target hires another former Amazon employee to work on supply chain
Preston Mosier will become senior VP of fulfillment operations.
Target starts selling rival Amazon's products again after 4-year hiatus
Amazon's Kindle readers and tablet are available online now, will be in stores in October.
Target's IT chief set a new direction, starting with smaller budget
Mike McNamara, who arrived last June from British-based grocer Tesco as one of the key outside appointments to the Target executive team, isn't done making changes yet.
Target to end long-running IndyCar sponsorship as it changes sports marketing approach
For 27 years, Target's bull's-eye has been a triumphant fixture on the IndyCar scene, connected to more than 101 victories including four Indianapolis 500 wins.
Target taps Xerox executive to be its next general counsel
Target Corp. has tapped a Xerox Corp. executive as its new top lawyer, the company announced Wednesday. Don Liu will replace Tim Baer, Target’s current…
Target aims for stars with new kids apparel brand Cat & Jack
The retailer is aiming for the stars with the launch of Cat & Jack children's apparel
Target closes several portrait studios around the U.S.
The retailer said the space was needed for other functions.
Pride merchandise is growing business for stores big and small
Rainbow-themed displays are popping up in big box and mom-and-pop stores alike.
Techstars choose firms for bootcamp at Target this summer
Ten will send employees to be in Techstars' retail "accelerator" program.
Target simplifies, enhances its website
It shifts from different sites for different devices to one for all.
Target tests new displays, service out of department store playbook
With upscale displays and added service, retailer honors its department store roots.
Target CEO foresees rebound following a tough quarter
Retailer lowers near-term outlook after tough quarter, but CEO foresees rebound
Target names Nordstrom executive Mark Tritton as chief merchandising officer
Hiring of Mark Tritton ends a search that took almost a year.
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.
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.
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