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  2. Dayton Hudson Corp. v. Johnson, 528 N.W.2d 260 | Casetext ...

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    The Dayton Hudson Corporation filed a petition under Minn.Stat. § 609.748 for a restraining order against Artie Johnson. The petition alleged twelve separate incidents in which Johnson kicked, hit, and severely bit several of the department store's loss prevention employees while stealing merchandise.

  3. Dayton-Hudson Corporation Reviews: Working at Dayton-Hudson ...

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    Dayton-Hudson (Dayton's Department store) a positive experience after graduating with my B.A. degree. Merchandising management (Former Employee) - Minneapolis area. - April 15, 2014. Good experience working in several different department in Dayton's retail department store in three different store locations in Minneapolis area.

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    Size: OS Dayton Hudson. masherbasher. 1990 Alvin And The Chipmunks Alvin Christmas Santa Plush Dayton Hudson! 16". $32 $100. Size: Medium (14-24 in) Dayton Hudson. calispears. 1. Vintage 1994 Dayton Hudson & Marshall Fields Help Me Grow Teddy Bear Plush 15”. $22 $0.

  5. Dayton Hudson Corporation - University of Minnesota

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    Dayton Hudson Corporation will use the following Standards of Vendor Engagement in selecting vendors and will seek compliance with these standards by our contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and other businesses. Dayton Hudson Corporation will seek vendors that will allow us full knowledge of the facilities used in production.

  6. Dayton Hudson Corp. v. Johnson :: 1995 :: Minnesota Court of ...

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    The Dayton Hudson Corporation filed a petition under Minn.Stat. § 609.748 for a restraining order against Artie Johnson. The petition alleged twelve separate incidents in which Johnson kicked, hit, and severely bit several of the department store's loss prevention employees while stealing merchandise.

  7. Hollister v. Dayton-Hudson Corp., 188 F.3d 414 - Casetext

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    dayton-hudson (the parent company of the department store where the shirt was purchased), ralph lauren (which hollister's mother originally believed to be the manufacturer of the shirt), banana republic (the retailer of the t-shirt), victoria's secret (the retailer of the bra), and general electric (the manufacturer of the stove) were named as …

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  9. Target Corporation | History & Facts | Britannica

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    Target Corporation, formerly (1911–69) Dayton Company and (1969–2000) Dayton-Hudson Corporation, American mass-market retail company operating large-scale food and general-merchandise discount stores. It is one of the largest discount retailers in the United States, and its red bull’s-eye logo is familiar throughout the country.

  10. Target Corporation -- Company History

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    by early 1997 the dayton hudson corporation consisted of three major autonomously run operating units: target, with 735 discount stores in 38 states, represented the company's primary area of growth; the moderately priced mervyn's chain operated 300 stores in 16 states, and the upscale department store company operated 22 hudson's, 19 dayton's, …

  11. History of Target Corporation - Wikipedia

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    The Dayton Company merged with the Detroit -based J.L. Hudson Company that year, to become the Dayton-Hudson Corporation, the 14th largest retailer in the United States, consisting of Target and five major department store chains: Dayton's, Diamond's of Phoenix, Arizona, Hudson's, John A. Brown of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Lipman's.

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