Free two-day delivery. Rapid expansion of curbside pickup. Raising its minimum wage again this spring.
These were among the highlights of Target’s game plan for the coming year that executives laid out on Tuesday to more than 100 financial analysts, making the case that their strategy would keep the Minneapolis-based retailer competitive in the fast-changing retail landscape.
“We’re accelerating the pace, pushing even harder, moving faster than ever before,” CEO Brian Cornell said at the company’s annual investors meeting, held this year at a downtown Minneapolis hotel. “Putting it all together, this is a strategy that is going to make Target America’s easiest place to shop.”
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