- Nov 27, 2015
^^ they totally didn't see the sports bra/bralette wave coming. Or they saw it and didn't realize it was a tsunami and they were about to drown in it.
but where is it paying off and to whom?Tuesday will be interesting. I want to see what the profit was last year.
Target CEO: $7 billion investment in stores and technology is paying off
Monopoly is not allowed at least back in the 1960s it was illegalAmazon plans to open dozens of grocery stores in U.S. cities, The Wall Street Journal reported, a move that would expand the retail and technology giant’s grocery footprint beyond itswww.sentinelsource.com
Just stop. Amazon's all-encompassing reach into every part of commerce is kinda creepy, imo.
GREAT! That means more hours for all TMs, right?where's my 15 dollars ??
Target had its best year since 2005
8 minutes of Brian Cornell ...... NOOOOOoooooooooooo
Target saw a surge of shoppers during the 2018 holidays, a sign that its investments in store remodels and delivery services are paying off.www.cnbc.com
Well now the victim is allowed to use the spot.now this parking lot dispute
here's the story
Police have a suspect in custody after a man was shot in a dispute over a handicapped parking spot outside a Target Store on Tuesday.
The injured man, 21, a driver for Amazon, was taken to a hospital for a single gunshot wound to his back, according to St. Charles Police Lt. Tom Wilkison. His condition was listed as critical but stable.
Few details were available, but Wilkison said a 65-year-old man shot the driver on the parking lot at 3881 Mexico Road after a dispute over a handicapped parking space about noon.
Wilkison said the driver parked in the handicapped spot and the shooter argued with the Amazon worker about the space before he shot him. The men did not know each other. Police took the suspected shooter into custody and recovered a weapon,
It wasn't clear if the shooter had wanted to park in the space.
GREAT! That means more hours for all TMs, right?
Hello, HQ? Anybody there ???
|Common Stock Authorized 6,000,000,000 shares, $.0833 par value; 517,761,600 and 541,681,670 shares issued and outstanding at February 2, 2019 and February 3, 2018, respectively.|
|Cost of sales||16,900||16,795||0.6||53,299||51,125||4.3|
|Selling, general and administrative expenses||4,376||4,454||(1.8)||15,723||15,140||3.9|