CEO says Target.com has made 'tremendous' fixes ahead of Black Friday

The retailer's top executive says the platform should be stable as the biggest shopping day of the year approaches. Target frustrated some shoppers after suffering a series of high-profile failures after bringing the website in-house.
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The retailer's top executive says the platform should be stable as the biggest shopping day of the year approaches. Target frustrated some shoppers after suffering a series of high-profile failures after bringing the website in-house.

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