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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 Corporation | Logopedia | Fandom

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    In early December 1968, concurrent with the introduction of the current symbol, a separate wordmark was added with the word "TARGET" rendered in white text with a black outline. Despite changing in 1973, Target's supermarkets used this logo in advertisements until 1974, and an identical logo was used by Australian clone Target Australia in 1970. The Helvetica typeface has been used in the ...

  5. 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.

  6. Marketing strategy of Target Corporation - Target Marketing ...

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    With its merging with the J.L. Hudson Company in 1969 target established itself as the highest earning division of the Dayton-Hudson Corporation in the 1970s. Target introduced new store formats in the 1990s nationwide and parent company was then later renamed ass Target Corporation in 2000.

  7. 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

  8. Kohler Co. Elects Current President and Chief Executive ...

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    He rejoined Kohler as Director - Fixtures Marketing in 1993 after working at Dayton Hudson Corporation. Since then, he has served in progressive roles at Kohler including Vice President Sales, Sector President - K&B Americas, Group President - K&B Group, Executive Vice President, President and Chief Operating Officer, and President and Chief ...

  9. 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.