Target says it will increase representation of Black team members in its company by 20 percent over the next three years.
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Despite an economic decline in the U.S. from a global pandemic, Target announced Wednesday morning that its second quarter results were strong, reflecting the continuation of heightened sales volume and significant investments in response to COVID-19.
A vocational school in North Minneapolis is expanding its footprint. Summit Academy OIC is teaming up with Target to advance racial equity in employment.
Instead, shoppers can reportedly purchase holiday deals earlier than ever, with savings starting in October and continuing throughout the season.
Target has joined a list of the nation’s largest retailers that will require customers to wear masks as cases of COVID-19 spike.
Target is permanently increasing its minimum wage to $15 an hour beginning July 5.
From financial support to teen tech centers, Twin Cities businesses are acting quickly to make changes after the death of George Floyd. Editor-in-chief of Twin Cities Business Allison Kaplan joined the Buzz with more on the efforts now underway.
Community members are cleaning up areas of the Twin Cities damaged during protests that were held in reponse to the death of George Floyd.
Several Target store locations across the country have elected to close amid the ongoing protests over the death of George Floyd, according to a Saturday news release.
Target announced it is planning to rebuild its Lake Street location and pay the nearly 200 displaced workers after the riots in Minneapolis earlier this week. Target is also proving first aid, food and basic essentials to the Minneapolis community.
St. Paul police say riots throughout the day have resulted in reports of damage or looting at more than 170 businesses in the city.
Target is closing 24 locations in the Twin Cities metro as looters have forced their way into some locations.
Target says its sales are up 7 percent this quarter amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Target is taking new steps to combat the spread of coronavirus at its stores.
Target will stop accepting in-store returns and exchanges for the next three weeks--one of several changes the Minneapolis-based retailer is making to protect employees and customers amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Grocery store chains across Minnesota are increasing wages for their employees who are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Target announced Tuesday that it will limit store hours and set specific hours to more vulnerable guests amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Target’s CEO says the retailer has started to limit the number of items such as hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes that each customer can purchase as the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread in the United States.
Contigo has reissued its recall of 5.7 million children’s water bottles due to the replacement lid provided in the first recall presenting a choking hazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said.