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People are pointing out that the term is not exactly complimentary.
It's not accusing Target — just saying it's "investigating."
In cases where big chain stores decide to move to a new market, one might think that the CEO would never sign off on the idea unless thorough "homework" has been done. However, this is not always the case. Some of the big names in the market may have their big move without proper groundwork and a detailed plan to address the requirements of the new venture.
Empty shelves in empty aisles, now the stores are dead and gone.
For many HuffPost readers, the oil industry is far away (in Alberta) and out of mind (except at the gas station). But the
This sweater is ugly for all the wrong reasons.
But shopping at Target won't come cheap for Canadians.
“Men have the exact same insecurities that women have about appearance, body image — they just grow up thinking they can’t talk about it."
It's one huge step for the men's department.
The legacy of Target Canada's abandoned stores have been memorialized into a Tumblr — Abandoned Targets Of Canada. Target
The retailer's "Trophy Wife" tee is being deemed "sexist" and "demeaning."
Target moved into the Canadian retail market in a hurry and left it even faster, but it appears the U.S. retailer spent many
"We poured our heart into our final goodbye through song, to a job we loved..."
Target’s last remaining Canadian stores closed on Sunday, marked by a funeral and some premature store closures that allowed
Target will close its last Canadian stores on April 12, ending a brief but colourful era in our country’s retail history
Target lost some US$5.1 billion in all on its ill-fated Canadian venture, but Uncle Sam is softening some of the blow, to
It's not like I want to give credit to huge retailers and big food for making change, and I'm certainly not advocating for
It's no secret Target Canada employees will soon be out of a job. And while they may have several reasons to be distraught
History does not always repeat itself, at least not at Target, which ignored past lessons learned when it tried to expand across the border with the same brand promise that made the company such a success in the United States.