The retailer is staggering its sales to make it easier to shoppers to plan amid COVID-19.
The "Target Husk" even had its own quirky social media presence.
The couple tried to claim a medical exemption at the famous Wabasha toy store.
State legislators are divided on whether to help MOA.
They'll be able to operate at 50% capacity.
The retailer currently has two locations in the Twin Cities.
The retail industry is being decimated by the coronavirus pandemic.
The governor is expected to extend the order, but allow more businesses to re-open.
The Richfield retailer has shifted all its stores to curbside pick up only.
The company says the N95 masks "were available for purchase in error."
Additionally, employees don't have to work if they don't feel comfortable.
A lot of people are wondering about the nation's TP supply chain.
The media giant is almost doubling its presence in the metro.
The retail chain is looking to make $80 million in savings.
Most stores and services will be running as normal, though many will close early.
Some will not open on Thanksgiving, but many will.
Target is reaping the benefits since launching Target Circle.
There's no membership or minimum purchase required.
Target is all over the new website.
Government services are closed, but stores should mostly be open.
Previously, you had to use the Shipt website or app.
Workers will be able to take more time off for school closures and family sickness.