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Target currently has local charging stations at its headquarter buildings in Minneapolis and Brooklyn Park.
As far as I know, the Financial Times has never been run by a transcendental meditation devotee. Mindfulness programmes have now sprouted everywhere from Google and Intel to Target and General Mills. LinkedIn’s chief executive, Jeff Weiner (another meditation enthusiast), believes in “compassionate management” and likes to hire accordingly.
Minneapolis-based Target announced Friday that it nixed the boots, which would have been priced $40 compared to Hunter's typical $150 price tag, due to production issues.
The retailer installed over 40 megawatts of solar power equipment last year, more than the annual output of many states.
PayPal Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: PYPL) is at the right place at the right time. There are two powerful trends underway that PYPL is in the middle of. First, PayPal is a significant player in the transition to a cashless society.
Wall Street investment bank KeyBanc Capital Markets recently upgraded its rating on eBay (EBAY) stock to “overweight” from “sector-weight.” KeyBanc sees eBay stock closing the year at $50 per share. In a research note cited by MarketWatch, analyst Ed Yruma of KeyBanc shared details on why the firm is bullish on eBay.
American businesses are investing record amounts in solar, according to a new report from the Solar Energy Industries Association.
Although Amazon’s (AMZN) decision to open a physical bookstore in the Georgetown neighborhood may have been motivated by Washington’s underserved book market, a physical presence in Georgetown could bring more benefits to the company. Georgetown is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Washington, D.C., and that could mean that a good number of residents there already subscribe to the Amazon Prime program. Perhaps planting a bookstore in Georgetown could help Amazon attract more Georgetown households to Prime or capture more spending from existing Prime customers in the neighborhood.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Target Corp. (TGT) announced today it will begin same-day delivery of more than 55,000 groceries, essentials, home, electronics, toys and other products across Colorado. Beginning May 3, Shipt will deliver from Target stores in the Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver and Fort Collins metro areas. Cumulatively, the new partnership gives nearly 4 million households across Colorado access to Target products delivered by Shipt in as little as one hour.
Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) kicked earnings season off with a bang! The company reported yet another beat-and-raise quarter. The streaming giant topped expectations on every key metric, and NFLX stock rose to new all-time highs as a result. The murmur on the Street for the past several weeks has been that earnings season is going to save this struggling market.
The coffee giant has plans for a stretch of Southeast Powell that's bustling with development.
Amazon (AMZN) opened its first physical bookstore in Washington, DC, in March 2018. The company now boasts more than a dozen so-called Amazon Books outlets. The Washington-area bookstore also expands Amazon’s portfolio of physical stores, which now include more than 450 Whole Foods stores.
Target stores in Florida and Texas are now offering drive-up service. The retail chain announced Tuesday customers can buy items without leaving their car. The service began last fall in Minneapolis, where the company is headquartered.
The Supreme Court sounded concerned Tuesday about doing away with a rule that has meant shoppers don't always get charged sales tax when they hit "checkout" online. The justices were hearing ...
During the “Multicultural Beauty Panel” at Target’s Manhattan offices today, executives from the chic-cheap discounter pronounced its commitment to serving the unmet beauty needs of women of color. Its salvo: The launch of 150 exclusive products designed expressly for the multicultural consumer, delivered by eight entrepreneurial brands founded by women of color. The collections, which debut in select stores next month, are a long time coming, said Christina Hennington, Target’s senior vice president of essentials and beauty.
About two dozen Houston-area Target stores are getting the new Drive Up service, according to the company's app.
Over 100 million people have signed up for Prime worldwide. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Andy Serwer, and Julia La Roche discuss whether or not this makes Amazon a monopoly.
Keith Bliss of Cuttone and Company joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves.