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  2. Dayton's - Wikipedia

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    Dayton-Hudson Corporation announced in January 2000 a name change to Target Corporation. Acknowledging that Target stores made up 80% of its revenue and that the Target name was better known nationally, Dayton-Hudson believed Target was the name, and direction, of the corporation's future.

  3. 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. Corporate headquarters are in Minneapolis, Minnesota ...

  4. Target Complaints

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    The first Target store opened in Roseville, Minnesota in 1962, while the parent company was renamed the Dayton Corporation in 1967. It became the Dayton-Hudson Corporation after merging with the J.L. Hudson Company in 1969, and held ownership of several department store chains including Dayton's, Hudson's, Marshall Field's, and Mervyn's.

  5. Funding History | PBS Funding Credits Wikia Wikia | Fandom

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    June 22, 1987-August 12, 1988: Dayton Hudson Corporation August 15, 1988-September 30, 1994: Kellogg's October 3, 1994-April 4, 1997: Kellogg's and Microsoft Home April 7, 1997-October 2, 1998: Kellogg's October 5, 1998-January 29, 1999: Kellogg's Rice Krispies February 1, 1999-September 3, 1999: Kellogg's Rice Krispies and RCN

  6. 塔吉特Target Corporation(TGT)历史百科: 塔吉特在1902年初建时名字是戴顿干货公司(Dayton Dry Goods Company)。 第一家塔吉特商场于1962开在罗斯维尔。后来成为戴顿赫德森(Dayton Hudson Corporation)最大的子公司。 塔吉特成立了第一家Target Greatland store。

  7. At the beginning of the 1990s, Dayton-Hudson Corporation (whose company was then the parent of Target, Mervyn, Dayton’s, Dudson’s, and Marshall Field’s) attempt to establish a newly branded division called Everyday Hero, a cheaper version of Gap.