Target's 1Q Earnings Beat ExpectationsSales at Target during the first quarter of 2019 were better than Wall Street expected.
Chests Sold Online At Target, Walmart Recalled After 2-Year-Old Killed In Tip-OverCustomers are advised to stop using any of the recalled chests that are not properly anchored to the wall and to put it somewhere children can’t get to.
Target Recalls Wooden Toys Due To Choking HazardTarget has recalled wooden toy vehicles due to choking hazards and are urging consumers to take the toys away from children.
Charges: Mpls. Man Used A Machete In Target Store Robbery SpreeA man accused of using a machete in a string of Target store robberies has been charged in Ramsey County Court.
Target To Boost Minimum Wage To $13 An Hour This JuneTarget says it’s on track to boost its minimum wage to $13 an hour this spring for all of its team members.
Target's New Strategy Pays Off, Exceeds Expectations In Fourth QuarterStrong online sales, traffic growth in newly remodeled stores and expanded delivery options pushed Target beyond most expectations in the crucial fourth quarter, when retailers ring up holiday sales.
Red & Khaki Optional: Target Workers Can Now Wear Jeans To WorkThe reign of red and khaki is over for Target store workers, who can now wear blue jeans to work.
Target Recalls Unicorn Toddler Boots Over Choking Hazard ConcernTarget is recalling a pair of children’s boots over concerns that an attached unicorn horn might come off and pose a choking hazard for children.
Target Sees Big Success With Pickup Service For Online OrdersOne of Target's biggest competitive advantages, the stores it has sprinkled across the country, accounted for a quarter of all online sales in November and December. Goods ordered online and picked up at stores surged 60 percent in that period.
Target Settles With Mass. Medicaid Program For $3MFederal and Massachusetts authorities allege Minneapolis-based Target violated federal and state False Claims Acts by automatically refilling Medicaid recipients' prescriptions.
Target To Pay $7.4M To Settle California Waste SuitThe Target store chain has agreed to pay $7.4 million to settle California allegations that it improperly dumped hazardous waste into landfills, ranging from batteries to drugs and syringes. Minnesota-based Target didn't acknowledge any wrongdoing in the lawsuit settlement filed Wednesday in Alameda County Superior Court.