Patch reports that Christmas is starting early for Target. The retail chain announced plans Thursday to hire about 120,000 seasonal workers for the holiday season, including 6,500 in the New York City area.
Target has announced that it will redesign its store model to create bigger stores that are built to meet consumers’ needs, while also updating stores to reflect a more modern design.
Ulta Beauty announced Tuesday that it will open smaller versions of its stores inside hundreds of Target locations from Harlem to Hollywood.
Knowing that the 2020 holiday season will require a whole new way of doing things, Target is going all out to meet the consumer where safety matters.
As COVID-19 cases continue to climb, CVS and Target are joining the list of retailers that will require customers to wear face coverings in their U.S. stores.
The Target store is temporarily closing 175 stores in 13 states, the company announced Saturday evening.
Ever wonder what big box retailers like Target, Amazon, and Walmart do with their unsold products?
It’s not too late to get deals on holiday gifts! To help shoppers check everyone off their lists – while also saving money this holiday season – Target has announced more last-minute deals.
Coffee retailer Starbucks, which is countering a growing unionization movement among its baristas, is now grappling with another problem: crime.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today applauded U.S. President Joe Biden’s new federal regulations to crack down on ghost guns.
With a Target in East Harlem, we love to hear that they are raising the bar on hourly wages.
Win, New York City’s largest provider of shelter and support services for homeless women and their children, has teamed up with Target and other companies to provide gifts to homeless children this holiday season.
Not to be outdone by Walmart, Target is launching its own debt-free education assistance program to more than 340,000 employees.
The City Council overwhelmingly passed Council Member Helen Rosenthal‘s legislation today which will dramatically limit the use of plastic.
Although Texas and Mississippi have announced that they will be lifting statewide mask mandates, consumers in the two states may still have to wear face coverings at some stores and businesses.