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The retailer's drive to revamp and update its house brands has now reached the grocery section. Executives say the new Good & Gather products won't have artificial flavors and sweeteners, synthetic colors or high-fructose corn syrup.
CEO Brian Cornell, during his five years on the job, has taken a measured approach to the retailer's turnaround.
The 'Red Tab' label will appear in 50 stores later this month.
They're young and smart, and Target is tapping their energy and ideas in a new business accelerator.
Iconic pieces to be reissued to celebrate 20 years of collaborations with big names.
The 13-year veteran replaces Corie Barry, who was promoted to chief executive last month.
Organizers say pace at Shakopee plant is too fast and employees are getting hurt
This is Insignia's second lawsuit against a News Corp. subsidiary; the media giant settled the first in 2011.
Richard “Dick” Bancroft combined his lifelong hobby of taking pictures with his passion for social justice to become the unofficial photographer of the American Indian…
The senior executive vice president said the timing is right while the company is doing well.
CDs are on their way out at the nation's largest retailers. But some audiophiles and enthusiasts hang on to them. And they're about half of the revenue at stores like Electric Fetus in Minneapolis.
As students head back to school, Target wants to supply more of their dorm decor and supplies.
It will use the money to further expand its efforts to modernize and improve how retailers monitor their supply chains.
New app Gravy, launched by veteran local entrepreneurs, wins over millennials with energy, suspense, competition.
The eyeglass maker's success has it heading for its own location.
Founder, partners build The Yoga Center Retreat to house classes and revive a teacher-training program.
Caroline Wanga, the company's chief diversity officer, said her message is clear: Be yourself.
Buoyed by a stronger economy, many of Minnesota's largest retailers had a better-than-expected 2017 and are gearing up for another strong year of sales.
Company said it will submit a plan on how it will regain compliance.
750 items in Made by Design line patterned to be functional, clean.
Retailer focuses on niches overlooked by bigger brands.
While the Twin Cities was not a finalist for Amazon's second headquarters, the region has still become a magnet for the company, which now employs more than 2,300 people in Minnesota.
The electronics retailer, which has been at the giant mall since 2008, will close
The retailer's sales soared, but skittish investors held back as share price tumbled.
Changes the retailer has made have attracted customers, taken toll on profit.
Best Buy is launching a subscription service that applies to all devices.
While it can often be difficult to sum up a person’s life and work in a few phrases, it is especially so for Ronald L.…
It's also is expanding the service nationwide.
In the federal lawsuit, Burberry says the Minneapolis-based retailer used its plaid style in scarves.
Marketing focuses on blue-shirt experts instead of price guarantees.
The long-term care company's goal is to help seniors live healthier lives by providing life coaching or home care.
Target had low expectations going into last year but ended up performing better than expected as overall consumer spending improved.
It already employs about 150 people who work in the North Loop on transportation technology, delivery services and Amazon web services.
In recognition of Best Buy's performance that outperformed some of its peers, the board gave Joly an 8.5 percent boost in his base salary.
Amazon's growing foothold in the Twin Cities has raised eyebrows as it's moved into the home turf of two major retail rivals, Target Corp. and Best Buy Co., creating more competition to recruit and retain tech workers.
Most analysts agree that physical shopping, like manufacturing before it, is heading toward more automation. You can see the transition already with more self-checkout lanes and newer scan-and-go options.
Analysts say Evine's boomer audience makes it attractive to Amazon and others.
Footwear was expected to lead Hunter collection.
Deal is the latest project in decade-old collaboration between rival retailers.
Parent company Bon-Ton also could close the Younkers store in Duluth.
Eight new cosmetics brands soon to be in the beauty aisles of Minneapolis-based Target. For most of these brands, which started out online, this will be the first time they will be sold in stores.
Company received a round of $1.4 million and has plans to expand to Wisconsin and Iowa in coming weeks.
Brad Anderson says he didn't know Secure America Now was involved in the ads. His $25,000 donation was meant as support for Israel, he says.
The 36,000-square foot store will open in a suburb north of Salt Lake City.
The complaint, which includes grievances from more than a decade ago, allows for job applicants to reapply for Target positions or seek a financial award.
Same vendor, 7.ai, may have exposed Sears and Delta customer data.
The Eden Prairie company says the move "is very sex-positive. This is about education."
Best Buy will stop selling Huawei phones and other products from the Chinese manufacturer as U.S. lawmakers and intelligence leaders have raised security concerns about…
Report says retailer is nicely positioned to gain market share.
As growth of its branded debit and credit cards has plateaued, Target is exploring other ways to generate more loyalty.
The Twin City innovators are creating buzz and hoping to open doors for other black entrepreneurs.
CEO Brian Cornell tells investors Target will offer free two-day delivery for items over $35 and to Redcard holders, plus expansion of curbside pickup and more new brands.
"In the past, when we remodeled, we might have just upgraded the fixtures," CEO Brian Cornell said. "But this is dramatically different from anything we've done in the past."
A recent bump in sales has boosted Target's confidence, but executives say the company must keep moving forward.
The Richfield-based retailer said the stores have become less profitable and will close them by the end of May.
Bloomington family filed a police report because some packages held sex toys.
The Minneapolis-based retailer will now have options from Honeyfund embedded in its registry.
Twin Cities rollout is a move against Amazon since Target acquired Shipt.
Lisa Gavales will take over temporarily after the departure.
This is the third year a professional seminar has been held during Super Bowl week.
Best Buy is the latest major corporation to hand out worker bonuses and to make additional charitable donations as a result of the recently passed…
Struggling retailer had an interim chief executive for more than a year.
Sales were up 3.4 percent, beating expectations and boosting the company's share price by 3 percent on Tuesday's news.
Social-minded outdoor retailer Askov Finlayson is pledging more than $1M to aid the world's climate
The $10 million expansion would include a taproom able to fit more than 100 people, a special-events space and more.
Joseph H. Medina was hesitant at first when Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s office invited him five years ago to come to Washington to tell his story…
More than 100 people lined up outside the store in the Hato Rey neighborhood of San Juan for its grand reopening.
While the founding family of one of Minnesota's biggest corporations hasn't had a direct connection to it in years, the two are joining forces ahead of the Super Bowl.
Deal is seen as a move to counter Amazon.
Retailer rolls option into smartphone app instead of joining Apple Pay.
Big-box retailers are concentrating on experiences to help fight the exodus to online shopping.
Online purchases spike 17 percent as holiday shopping season rolls on.
The action was greater at stores and malls that were closed on Thursday, but shopping all around was off to a strong start.
Even if the kickoff for holiday shopping has lost some of its frenzy, shoppers turned out in force. And it's become a bigger time for online sales.
It's show time for retailers, whose logistics will soon be tested by a crush of shoppers. Here's an inside look at Best Buy's preparations.
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