At the time of its inception in 1902, its founder, George Dayton, named it Dayton Company. It would later evolve to Dayton-Hudson Corporation in 1970, having established itself as a day time division. However, in the 1980s, it introduced new format stores, which were rebranded to the Target brand in the 1990s. And in 2000, Target Corporation was born.
It is in the eight positions in the list of the largest retailers in the United States, with its corporate headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The American mass-market retail company carries out its business both in the large scale general merchandise. It has carved a niche in the selling of household goods, food and pet supplies, electronics, apparel, and accessories.
Target Corporation has its operations in five U.S states. Additionally, it has close to 40 distribution centers in the U.S. No matter when and where its customers are; Target Corporation brings surprises, fun, ease, and inspiration to them.
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