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    The history of Target Corporation first began in 1902 by George Dayton. Originally named Goodfellow Dry Goods in June 1902 before being renamed the Dayton's Dry Goods Company in 1903 and later the Dayton Company in 1910. Wikipedia

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  • American businessman and philanthropist who helped establish Target Corporation and served as the company's first president. Dayton served in the Army during World War II, earning a Purple Heart. Wikipedia

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  • The collection is available online and at Targets nationwide, and for every purchase, school supplies are donated to kids in need in US classrooms.Usher (musician)-Wikipedia
  • This was done in order to end price wars of the early 1990s among discounters such as Best Buy and Target.Sony Music-Wikipedia
  • Two EPs were released exclusively at the Target discount chain: Glee: The Music, Love Songs in the last week of 2010, and Glee: The Music, Dance Party in early September 2011.Glee (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • Several major companies including Target, IKEA, and Heineken operate distribution centers in close proximity to the Port of Savannah.Georgia (U.S. state)-Wikipedia
  • The new logo received mixed reviews from design critics who questioned whether the new logo was as bold as those of competitors, such as the Target bullseye, or as instantly recognizable as the previous company logo, which was used for 18 years.Walmart-Wikipedia
  • A Birmingham start-up, Shipt was acquired by the Target Corporation for $550 million.Birmingham, Alabama-Wikipedia

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