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Target's new baby section takes aim at specialty shops' service

(Reuters) - Target Corp is testing a baby section with trained staff at 10 Illinois stores in a push to gain a bigger share of the shrinking but highly competitive market for baby gear. Full story

Retail price war save shoppers

   The shopping wars between some of this country's most recognizable retail chains has gotten heated.  Target now matches competitor's prices-especially those on the internet-year round.  NBC's Ron Mott reports. 

Target memo: Not all Hispanic employees eat tacos or wear sombreros

Three Hispanic former employees of Target are suing the national retailer over an in-house memo of “Multi-Cultural Tips” that they say perpetuated ethnic stereotypes. Full story

Target Stores co-founder dies at 88

(Reuters) - Douglas Dayton, the man who helped start Target Corp <TGT.N> as a family-owned department store in 1961 and turned it into one of the largest discount retail chains in the United States, has died at the age of 88. Full story

Target names Ken Salazar to board of directors

Retailer Target Corp. said Tuesday it has added former U.S. Senator and Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar to its board of directors. Full story

Shareholders: Remember Your Rights on Independence Day

In America, citizens get votes. So do investors. Full story

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Mary N. Dillon Leaves Target's Board of Directors

Target cuts full-year forecast after weak first quarter

Target first-quarter profit down on weather-related sales weakness

Target goes hunting in Silicon Valley, following Wal-Mart

Target tests if Facebook-driven deals bring shoppers into stores

Target profit slipped in winter holiday quarter

Non-union Target janitors in Minneapolis to go on strike

Retail rebellion: The next big strike could begin next week

Big Deals on Big Screens for the Big Game

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  Top 3 Trades

Shares of Target are lower after the retailer warned its Q1 earnings would miss expectations, and Johnson & Johnson is up after reporting strong earnings, with the FMHR traders.

  Pulling Apart Target's Results

CNBC's Courtney Reagan takes a closer look at Target's Q4 numbers, and checks out TJX Companies' earnings.

  Reagan Highlights Retail Earnings

CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports a slew of retails earnings will be released on Wednesday; including Target, Dollar Tree, TJX, and JC Penney.

  Bobbie’s Buzz: Bold prints for less, mini rings

TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas talks about the latest trends including bold new prints at Target, mini knuckle rings, and ‘Tech Tips’ that attach to your fingers to help you type more precisely on your devices.  

  Fashion finds under $50: Faux fur, jewelry, more

You don’t have to spend a lot to look like a million bucks. Blogger Patrice Williams, who runs the site “Looking Fly on a Dime,” shares her favorite finds under $50 at major stores like Kohl’s and Target, including luxe-looking brocade shorts, cap toe flats, and a faux fur coat.

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Five-year-old Millie Tomlin rests her chin on the shopping cart at Target in Lynchburg, Va., last August as her mom shops for her. as her mother picks out art supplies to meet her school's requirements.

A woman walks by a Missoni for Target pop-up store on Sixth Avenue in New York in this file photo
A woman walks by a Missoni for Target pop-up store on Sixth Avenue in New York in this file photo

A woman walks by a Missoni for Target pop-up store on Sixth Avenue in New York in this September 14, 2011 file photo. A growing number of retailers including Target, JanSport and Toys R Us, plan to pop up in neighborhoods and malls across the U.S. this summer to capture consumer demand for notebooks

Job seekers wait to speak to a representative for positions at a new Target rstore in San Francisco
Job seekers wait to speak to a representative for positions at a new Target rstore in San Francisco

Job seekers wait to speak to a representative for positions at a new Target store in San Francisco, California in this file photo taken August 9, 2012. The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, pointing to moderate job growth despite slowing economic activit

People shop at a Target store in Westbury, New York
People shop at a Target store in Westbury, New York

People shop at a Target store in Westbury, New York November 23, 2012. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton