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Target Magazine est un mensuel paraissant au Cameroun qui porte sur les réflexions et analyses de professionnels et de praticiens sur les questions économiques, financières, sociales et culturelles locales, en relevant notamment leurs impacts pécuniaires pour chaque citoyen.

Rubriques:

Focus: Regards sur l’Actualité du moment et ses incidences économiques, monétaires, financières, culturelles et sociales;

Target: Points de vue sur divers sujets de l’heure par des praticiens;

Le Coach: Propos d’un ainé, d’une expert qui parle de son métier, qui partage aimablement sa science et ses expériences;

Beauté & Bien-être: Le clin d’œil sur des idées de tenue vestimentaire, de décoration, mais aussi des conseils en matière de santé physique;

Agenda, Rendez-vous, Livres: Des suggestions de rendez-vous à caractère économique, social ou culturel à venir, de même que des recommandations de lecture.

1980s and introduced new store formats under the Target brand in the 1990s. The company has found success as a cheap-chic player in the industry. As of February 3, 2018, Target operates 1,822 stores throughout the United States. 39 on the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue. The Westminster Presbyterian Church in downtown Minneapolis burned down during the Panic of 1893. Without insurance coverage to cover the financial loss, the congregation found itself unable to rebuild.

Dayton convinced the Reuben Simon Goodfellow Company to move its nearby Goodfellows department store into the newly erected building in 1902, although its owner retired altogether and sold his interest in the store to Dayton. The store was renamed the Dayton Dry Goods Company in 1903, and was shortened to the Dayton Company in 1910. Geisse developed the concept of upscale discount retailing while working for the Dayton Company. 200 million in sales while Dayton-Hudson acquired Team Electronics and the jewelers C.

Jessop and Sons in the 1970s. Target Greatland store in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. In 1990, Dayton-Hudson acquired Marshall Field’s and opened its first Target Greatland store in Apple Valley, Minnesota. Dayton-Hudson acquired Greenspring Company’s multi-catalog direct marketing unit Rivertown Trading Company and the apparel supplier Associated Merchandising Corporation in 1998. Food section of a Target store in Silverthorne, Colorado. 75 and 80 percent of Dayton-Hudson’s sales and earnings were coming from Target while the department stores were used to fuel its growth. It also separated its e-commerce operations from its retailing division and combined it with Rivertown Trading into a standalone subsidiary called target.

On January 13, 2011, Target announced its first ever international expansion, into Canada, when it purchased the leaseholds for up to 220 stores of the Canadian sale chain Zellers, owned by the Hudson’s Bay Company. On October 2, 2017, Target announced a new online order service, known as Drive Up, which allows guests to order merchandise online for pickup outside the store. Guests hit the ‘I’m on My Way’ button when they are en route to their store. They pull into designated parking spots out front, and soon a Target team member comes out to greet them with their order. On October 19, 2017, Target announced that they will be opening a small-format store and their first store in Vermont in the University Mall in South Burlington in October 2018. The acquisition is intended to help same-day delivery and to better compete with Amazon. In late 2017 and early 2018, Target began curtailing labor without notice, in order to boost monthly profit reports.