Target, FedEx Looking To Hire Thousands Of Seasonal WorkersFor the first time, Target is setting aside two days to interview potential employees. Managers are looking for people to fill cashier, sales floors and stocking positions for the holidays. Target plans to hire 70,000 seasonal workers nationwide.
Amazon Rolls Out Prime Now One-Hour Delivery In The Twin CitiesInternet retailer Amazon.com announced Thursday that it’s expanding its Prime Now one-hour delivery service to the Twin Cities.
4 Things To Know: Wild Season Opener, Target Job Fair & MoreThe Wild kick off their 15th season Thursday and Target is hiring. These are just two of the stories you need to know about for Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015.
Good Question: How Do Insurance Companies Decide Who's In-Network?Starting next year, Walgreens will no longer be an in-network pharmacy for people with HealthPartners insurance. So how do insurance companies decide who's in-network? Good Question.
Fridley Man, 53, Charged In 4 Aggravated RobberiesA 53-year-old Fridley man has been charged in connection to four robberies in Coon Rapids and Blaine, police announced Friday.
Target To Match Online Prices With Online RivalsStarting Thursday, Target will now match its online prices with more than two dozen online competitors including Amazon.com and Walmart.com.
Suspect Vehicle Sought In Columbia Heights Home InvasionOfficials in Columbia Heights say they’re searching for a vehicle of interest in connection to an incident earlier this week where a 76-year-old man was robbed and shot in his home.
Target Adds Executive For New Role In OperationsTarget continues to reshape its management under its CEO Brian Cornell who came on board in just over a year ago. The Minneapolis-based discounter has named Anu Gupta to a newly created role of senior vice president of operational excellence. She will lead a team that will simplify processes across the business to help the discounter react quickly to shoppers' needs.
4 Things To Know: Target Hiring Again, Voter Registration Day & MoreFrom Target hiring again to National Voter Registration Day, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, Sept. 22.
Report: Target To Add 1,000 New IT EmployeesAfter a year filled with layoffs, Target says it's now planning to hire 1,000 new employees.
At Fall Rally, Target CEO Says The Company Is 'Turning The Corner'It's been a rough couple of years for tens of thousands of workers at Twin Cities-based Target Corporation.
Target Pushes Innovation But Also Promises To Fix The BasicsTarget is using a group of 25 stores in the Los Angeles area to pull together the retailer's top 50 innovations from electronic tags to adviser services in the baby department. The program will start by early next year. Target will also plans to open a futuristic store in the next 18 to 24 months that will serve as a laboratory for innovation.