Target will move 3,900 workers from Minneapolis HQ to Brooklyn Park campus

The Star Tribune says the retailer has confirmed a plan to move about 2,400 tech workers and 1,500 contractors out of its downtown Minneapolis headquarters to its office complex in the north suburb over the next couple of years.
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The Star Tribune says the retailer has confirmed a plan to move about 2,400 tech workers and 1,500 contractors out of its downtown Minneapolis headquarters to its office complex in the north suburb over the next couple of years.

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