A study from Internet research firm comScore suggests advertising on the social-networking platform may help boost sales. The study found people who are friends or fans of Target on Facebook were 21 percent more likely to shop at the Minneapolis-based discount retailer than those not exposed to the company's messages.
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Target promotion uses Facebook to determine school donations
Target is giving away $2.5 million to schools, and if you want some for your school, you'll need to vote. The Minneapolis-based discounter unveiled a Facebook voting promotion last week that will award any K-12 school a $25 Target gift card for every 25 Facebook votes the school receives. Any Facebook user can vote – but only once each week. The campaign ends Sept. 8.
Target boosts dividend by 20 percent
The Minneapolis-based discount chain says it has increased its quarterly dividend to 36 cents. The dividend will be paid on September 10 to shareholders of record as of August 15. Target has reportedly paid a dividend every quarter since going public in 1967.
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