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  2. Dayton Hudson Corp |

    A merger of Dayton Department Store, Lipmans, and Diamond's occurred in 1968, and in 1969 the Dayton Hudson Corporation was formed when Dayton Corporation and J.L. Hudson Company merged. Dayton Hudson continued to acquire companies including Lechmere, a hardgoods retailer out of Boston, and J.E. Caldwell, a jewelry chain based in Philadelphia ...

  3. Dayton Hudson Corporation -- Company History

    Dayton Hudson Corporation Address: 777 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402 U.S.A. Telephone: (612) 370-6948 Fax: (612) 370-5521 Statistics: Public Company Incorporated: 1969 Employees: 213,000 Sales: $23.5 billion (1995) Stock Exchanges: New York Pacific SICs: 5311 Department Stores Company History:

  4. Target History Timeline

    Dayton Corporation and J.L. Hudson Company joined forces. More 1969 First Corporate Responsibility Report Dayton Hudson gave $2.36 million, outlined in its first Community Involvement Report. More 1970 1970 Red Grooms Art Exhibit Multimedia artist's "The Discount Store" installation was inspired by Target More 1970

  5. Target Corporation | History & Facts | Britannica

    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.

  6. Dayton Hudson Corp - Company Profile and News - Bloomberg Markets

    Manage Products and Account Information Support Americas +1 212 318 2000 EMEA +44 20 7330 7500 Asia Pacific +65 6212 1000 Company About Careers Diversity and Inclusion Tech At Bloomberg...

  7. Dayton family - Forbes

    About Dayton family Patriarch George Draper Dayton founded Dayton Dry Goods Company in 1902. The department store started discount subsidiary Target in 1962; the Dayton Corporation also...

  8. History of Target Corporation - Wikipedia

    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.

  9. Target Corporation - Wikipedia

    Target was established as the discount division of Dayton's department store of Minneapolis in 1962. It began expanding the store nationwide in the 1980s (as part of the Dayton-Hudson Corporation), and introduced new store formats under the Target brand in the 1990s. The company has found success as a cheap-chic player in the industry. [5]