Target seeks help from vendors to compete with online-only retailers

In a letter to the company's leading vendors, Target executives express frustration that their merchandise displays make them a "showroom" for online-only retailers who then undercut Target's prices. The company doesn't offer a specific solution but is asking vendors to work with them.
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In a letter to the company's leading vendors, Target executives express frustration that their merchandise displays make them a "showroom" for online-only retailers who then undercut Target's prices. The company doesn't offer a specific solution but is asking vendors to work with them.

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