STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Political notebook: Peterson down, not out
By Don Davis
Talk to U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson and he sounds down.
The western Minnesota Democrat uses words like lunacy and stupid to describe Republican actions on the farm bill, setting federal far... Posted on 7/15/13 at 9:44 AM
IN THE BLACK Ways to Save at Target
There are a variety of ways you can save even more money at Target. There are printable coupons that you can print out for savings on certain items. These can be stacked with manufacturer coupons if... Posted on 6/9/13 at 6:35 AM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Feeling Important at Target
As I walked through the frozen food section of my local Target store last week, I felt very important. In order to save energy, the freezer lights are off when no one is around. When someone walks up ... Posted on 3/13/13 at 7:31 AM
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ST. PAUL – Conservative activists said Friday that Target Corp. won’t quell the controversy over its corporate donations if the retailer gives in to demands from the left to renounce involvement in political campaigns or to help gay-friendly candidates.
ST. PAUL — The head of Target Corp. apologized Thursday over a political donation to a business group backing a conservative Republican for Minnesota governor, which angered some employees and sparked talk of a customer boycott.
NEW YORK (AP) — Target, the nation's second-largest discounter after Wal-Mart, is navigating turbulent economic times by polishing old stores rather than opening many new ones, opening smaller urban stores and looking outside the U.S. for growth.
Anne D'Innocenzio, AP Retail Writer
, January 21, 2010
CHICAGO — Target Corp.'s third-quarter profit climbed 18 percent, the cheap chic retailer said Tuesday, as it cut costs and did better in its credit-card business. Still, it offered a conservative outlook for the holidays.
NEW YORK (AP) – Target Corp. said Tuesday its fourth-quarter profit fell 41 percent, hurt by the consumer spending slowdown, and said it will expand food offerings and bolster its private-label brands.
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