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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.
Ridgedale Center is part of a pilot program using technology that shows how busy lots are.
The retailer is aiming for the stars with the launch of Cat & Jack children's apparel
Retailer joins national campaign run by Keep America Beautiful and the Ad Council.
The retailer said the space was needed for other functions.
As a young man, Donald “Bill” McMoore helped break down barriers as at times the only black member of the University of Minnesota’s football team.…
Under a pilot program, tech advisers come to customers' houses and consult on issues from internet speed to smart home products.
Rainbow-themed displays are popping up in big box and mom-and-pop stores alike.
The store will be the third in the U.S. from the Italian firm started by Alessandro Versace
Ten will send employees to be in Techstars' retail "accelerator" program.
Janitors and backers celebrated as the retailer agreed to use a "responsible" contractor.
The latest step: bringing in a nonprofit agency to assist workers struggling at the margins, including those who are homeless or nearly so.
The Seattle-based online giant said it will open a new technology development center in downtown Minneapolis and will hire about 100 software engineers and managers to fill it.
Comparable sales rose 6 percent from a rough period a year ago.
More than 80 people were waiting in line at 11 a.m. when it opened.
It shifts from different sites for different devices to one for all.
With upscale displays and added service, retailer honors its department store roots.
The shopping network's first-quarter sales beat analysts' forecasts and margins improved.
The electronics retailer also lowered its profit expectations for the summer.
Minnesota’s largest retail companies have faced a challenging market as they continued to fight for the attention of an often-distracted consumer. “It’s been a tough…
Retailer lowers near-term outlook after tough quarter, but CEO foresees rebound
Hiring of Mark Tritton ends a search that took almost a year.
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.
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…
A new services chief tipped the gender balance at the top of the electronics retailer.
The Minneapolis-based retailer was the first major one to take such a prominent stance on the legislation over gender identification and bathroom use.
HNA Group, a Chinese conglomerate that spans several industries including aviation and retail, has been on an acquisition spree. Its latest deal for the hotel…
An experiment this weekend will give extra details about food, which could lead to labeling changes.
The retailer's statement comes amid debates in legislatures in Minnesota and elsewhere.
Shareholders will vote on veteran of Abercrombie, Pacific Sunwear in June.
The fast-fashion retailer will be a two-story destination at the mall.
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…
The Mall of America is finally getting an Anthropologie. The boho-chic retailer that sells apparel, accessories and home decor has long been noticeably absent…
The Geekmobile is going back to the future. For its 22-year history, the Geek Squad has tapped a retro-chic image, most notably with the Volkswagen…
Best Buy's Geek unit is trading in its Beetle for a Prius as part of a broader campaign
In one of the world's most competitive marketplaces, Best Buy wants to make sure it is putting its best foot forward.
The electronics retailer expands a partnership with California's Deliv.
Just hours after being named, the candidate withdrew over an unspecified conflict.
Officials at online delivery service rebut skeptics.
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.
Shuster, a chemical engineer and entrepreneur who helped start about 10 Minnesota companies, including Minnesota Valley Engineering (now part of Chart Industries), died on March 6 after battling lymphoma. He was 83.
Brad Anderson presided over a period of rapid growth.
Wall Street applauds the move, sending stock up 41 percent.
The project will operate out of the retailer's Sunnyvale, Calif., office.
The retailer gave a little more after a judge struck down its previous offer.
Target executives look to fresh groceries, stores near campuses during 2016.
With Finnish designer as a partner, Target to unveil Marimekko collection.
Target Corp. has hired a seasoned veteran from archrival Amazon as it doubles down on upgrading its supply chain. Arthur Valdez will relocate to…
The retailer outperformed other electronics sellers and executives see new ways to hold costs
The cuts of a few dozen follow a difficult holiday season, but retailer notes it is hiring in other areas.
Profit just missed analysts' forecasts but executives gave a positive outlook for 2016.
Target, Wal-Mart stop online sales due to more safety concerns.
The walls are up at a fulfillment center where robots will help humans fill orders.
The retailer puts its focus on one commercial that will double as Gwen Stefani's music video.
Profits take priority for the shopping channel, Rosenblatt says.
He leaves along with longtime business partner Russell Nuce, who was chief strategy officer.
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.
A rapid conversion is underway at nearly 1,700 Target stores after CVS spent $1.9 billion for the retailer's pharmacies.
Job postings for a variety of positions say the retailer will open store in the Bloomington mall.
Miracle Mop inventor Joy Mangano's interview with Chief Executive Brian Cornell drew a standing-room-only crowd at headquarters.
The store will open in October 2017 on the former Cheapo music site.
The retailer saw U.S. same-store sales decline 1.4 percent in the nine-week holiday period.
With American tastes changing, Target experiments with D'Amico & Sons, Freshii and other healthier options for its in-store cafes.
Target executive Janna Potts becomes chief stores officer, continuing CEO Brian Cornell's makeover at the top
Janna Potts succeeds Tina Tyler, who led U.S. store operation since 2011.
An aftermarket for gift cards has grown in recent years, and Target is joining in.
Outdoors retailers have struggled to sell cold-weather gear so far
It's part of the retailer's push to boost sales in what is expected to be a tough holiday season.
For Target, Wal-Mart and other big retailers, what worked well last year is the plan for this year.
A temporary booth at MSP is part of the retailer's plan to grow use of its tech support.
Retailing giant has Todd Snyder make memorabilia for the Twin Cities and other communities in the U.S.
The retailer is planning to use it nationwide in 2016.
Christopher & Banks reported another quarterly loss, though smaller than this past summer.
The Minneapolis-based retailer is back at it this holiday season, angling to make a big splash in the Big Apple this time with something it's calling Wonderland.
Website slowdowns and out-of-stock items were a concern as customers swarmed to electronics.
Families making retail stops an annual tradition as officials say Thanksgiving sales were promising.
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