Target says customers who have Redcards are spending about 50 percent more at Target stores than they did in their pre-card days. That has more than offset the cost of the five percent discount. It was also a factor in the six percent increase in first-quarter sales.
Twin Cities police ask for help finding missing 16-year-old
Police say all her family and friends have been contacted, and none of them know where she is.
MPD releases photos of shooting suspect, asks for public's help
The man is wanted in connection with a fatal shooting that happened Wednesday evening.
Support grows for Redmon's Popcorn after shop's sudden closure
The county also commented on the situation, saying it hopes to help owner Zack Redmon.
Prior Lake HS investigating another 'racist' video involving student
The principal said the social media video was reported to them this week.
Walz: Minnesota has secured 1 million rapid, at-home COVID tests for kids
It comes as the delta variant continues to surge in Minnesota, and the omicron variant might follow.
Forest Service limiting permits to BWCAW due to damage, overcrowding
Visitors have been cutting down trees and have been forced to compete for campsites.
Lockdown update: Armed man threatened to go to Kimball High School
A high school and elementary school near St. Cloud went into lockdown as a precaution.
People in Chaska are flushing the wrong crap down the toilet
Water and sewer crews in Chaska have had to clean the same pump four times in the past seven days.
Vikings facing big injury issues ahead of game against Lions
Will it even matter against the winless Lions?
Matthew Coller: What if the Vikings didn't have Detroit?
The Lions have been like two freebies on the Vikings' schedule the past three seasons.
MN will get $116M for water projects as part of infrastructure package
Nationwide, $7.4 billion will be distributed for projects next year.
3rd teenage death from COVID-19 reported in Minnesota
All three of the teenage deaths have occurred in the past three months.
Target opposes proposed $7.25B settlement on credit card fees
Minneapolis-based Target Corporation has joined a growing list of more than two dozen retailers who object the propposed multi-billion dollar deal to settle a seven-year class-action lawsuit, Twin Cities Business reports. More than 7 million merchants claim Visa, MasterCard and some of the nation's largest banks fixed the fees they charge to retailers on credit card transactions. A Minneapolis-based law firm filed the case in 2005 and announced the agreement earlier this month. The class-action settlement still requires a judge's approval.
Target agrees to sell consumer credit card portfolio to TD Bank Group
Toronto-based TD Bank Group will acquire Target's consumer credit card portfolio for nearly $6 billion, according to a company news release. The Minneapolis-based retail giant has also entered into a seven-year agreement under which TD Bank will underwrite, fund and own future Target Credit Card and Target Visa receivables in the U.S.
Amazon takes aim at Target's RedCard with 5 percent cash back credit card offer
Amazon is taking its cue from Target by upping cash back rewards for its credit card holders.
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.
Target offers same-sex marriage greeting cards
The Minneapolis-based discount giant has not taken a stance on the controversial amendment to ban same-sex marriage in Minnesota, but Target stores are now selling greeting cards honoring gay couples. The cards feature phrases like "Mr. & Mr." and "Two very special women, one very special love."
Target's got another big promotion – 10 percent off gift cards for one day only
The Bullseye is offering the discount for one day only.
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