Marvel's 'Daredevil' Line, Peanuts Arrives at Target, a Pokémon Pop-Up... this is the news that shaped the week of May 25.
Target has launched a line of gear featuring the Peanuts gang as the brand celebrates its 65th anniversary and readies for its big screen debut Nov. 6.
Target has launched its first-ever collection of designer collaborations for men, dubbed Target Collective.
Target will cut 1,700 jobs in the U.S. over the next two years as part of a series of new initiatives designed to put the retailer "on a clear path to growth.”
2014 was year of big successes (Frozen), milestones (Hello Kitty’s 40th) and industry-changing innovations (3D printing). Here’s a recap of the news that shaped the year.
Target has announced plans for its first new in-house apparel line in seven years, Ava & Viv, designed specifically for plus-size women.
Target has begun a court-supervised wind-down of its Canadian businesses. The retailer currently operates 133 locations in the country.
Target has unveiled its latest design partnership for spring with resort wear brand Lilly Pulitzer.
Retailer Target is bolstering its upper management team with several new key appointments.
With digital devices now a daily presence in kids’ lives and new innovations like 3D printing entering the mainstream, technology is driving the toy category.
Target is teaming up with four YouTube stars along with Design Hunter L.A. for a YouTube video series.
Target Corporation has named retail veteran Brian Cornell as the its new chief executive officer replacing longtime CEO Gregg Steinhafel, who departed May 5.
Target and its “One for You, One for Me” campaign hit its goal of donating $25 million in school supplies for this school year.
Target is planning a limited edition girls' collection inspired by the upcoming Sony Pictures film Annie, set to hit theaters Dec. 19.
Sanrio has revealed details for Hello Kitty Con 2014, the first official Hello Kitty fan convention in the world.
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