Target lawsuit alleges fraud by parking-lot contractor

Target Corp. has filed a federal racketeering lawsuit in Minneapolis, alleging that it has been systematically defrauded by a contractor it hired in 2009 to oversee about $100 million in repairs and maintenance on its parking lots around the country.
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Target Corp. has filed a federal racketeering lawsuit in Minneapolis, alleging that it has been systematically defrauded by a contractor it hired in 2009 to oversee about $100 million in repairs and maintenance on its parking lots around the country.

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