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'Green shoots' emerge as Target pulls out of yearlong sales slump
But the higher costs to fulfill online orders and a broader price-cutting effort eroded Target's bottom line. Its second-quarter profit fell 1.2 percent.
Target refreshes brands to stay relevant, phasing out Merona and Mossimo
Target is about to launch the first big wave of 12 new brands as it tries to revive sales, image.
Target ends yearlong sales slump with growth in store, online traffic
But the higher costs to fulfill online orders and the company's efforts to lower prices eroded its bottom line. Target's net profit in the second quarter dropped 1.2 percent.
Target acquires delivery technology firm, beefs up grocery team
Big changes coming with third-party delivery firm, revamped grocery team.
Target steps up its game to court the college crowd
Target is cutting back its after-hours shopping events for students who were bused in from campuses, and is trying different strategies.
Target CEO has concerns about recent drop in Latino shoppers
At a tech conference in Aspen, Colo., on Tuesday, Target Corp. CEO Brian Cornell raised concerns about a recent drop-off in shopping among Latino customers,…
Target's second class of Techstars start-ups start boot camp this week
Many are developing ways to bridge the digital and physical shopping experience
Target says sales are on the rebound after a yearlong slump
Minneapolis-based retailer says shifts in strategy are paying off.
Target is testing new curbside pickup service in Twin Cities
The retailer hopes to make the convenience available to the public in coming months.
Target's Nicollet Mall liquor store will open Friday in time for first Sunday sales
The Nicollet Mall location opens its liquor store Friday, as state's new law kicks in this weekend.
Target takes a shot across bow at Amazon with Restock program
Restock, a delivery service for household items, is tested in the Twin Cities, other state markets.
Target's investment in mattress maker Casper surprises some analysts
The fast-growing mattress company confirmed this week that Target was the lead investor in a $170 million round of funding.
Amazon's purchase of Whole Foods shakes up grocery landscape that includes Target, Supervalu
The $13.7 billion deal is a direct challenge to Minnesota's biggest food retailers.
Target's chief spokesperson is leaving the company
No reason was given; it's the latest change in a reshuffling of the company's management.
Schafer: Social trends portend dire future for brick and mortar
There's so much bad news about retail that it's becoming ho-hum. But few of the articles even hint at a cyclical slump to explain what we're seeing. It's now clear it's not cyclical.
Target cuts nearly 40 jobs in restructuring of merchandising division
Employees are eligible for severance packages.
Target to pay $18.5M to 47 states over 2013 data breach
The settlement is the largest of its kind to date.
Target looks to capture more business from bankrupt retailers
Sales and adjusted profit fell for the Minneapolis retail giant, but not as much as expected. And there are glimmers of strength for the rest of the year.
Target reels in another popular online brand: Casper mattresses
Casper brand products will be sold on the retailer's website beginning next month.
Ex-Amazon exec working to transform Target from elephant to gazelle
For 16 years, Arthur Valdez helped Amazon set the bar in retail for getting packages to customers at warp speed. Now he's doing the same at Target Corp.
Target to start testing regular delivery of everyday items
Possibly as soon as next month, Target Corp. will start testing Target Restock, a program to deliver everyday household staples that is similar to Amazon's Pantry program for Prime members.
Target CEO made $9.1M last year, but didn't get incentive bonus
Compensation packages were adjusted for many executives as retailer tries to find footing.
Target is shutting down food lab in Massachusetts after all
An offer to buy Target's Food + Future lab surfaced at the last minute as the Minneapolis-based retailer was preparing to wind it down. But Target apparently couldn't come to terms with the buyer.
Innovation chief departs Target as projects are dismantled
Casey Carl, a Target Corp. lifer and currently its chief innovation and strategy officer, is leaving the company amid a narrowing of innovation efforts to those that yield faster results tied to its core business.
Target is weighing options for Food + Future lab in Cambridge, Mass.
As company prepared to shut down initiative, offer possibly surfaced.
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