Target is closing 175 of its stores nationwide after Minneapolis protests rock the country.
Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson reached out to employee partners in a memo over the weekend as tensions escalated across the nation.
Target CEO and Chairman Brian Cornell responded to the Minneapolis protests.
The riots come as a second blow to the retailer, which drastically shifted operations earlier this year in response to the changing needs of customers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Protests first erupted Tuesday near the city’s 3rd Precinct station, a day after George Floyd’s death in a confrontation with police.
You can now buy Target products through Instagram Checkout, without leaving the Instagram app.
Target's CEO said this quarter was unlike anything in the company’s long history.
Target's first-quarter gross margin fell to 25.1 percent, from 29.6 percent in 2019, amid higher digital and supply chain costs and increased investments in employee wages and benefits.
The text promises $175 worth of free groceries if the customer clicks on an attached link.
Target is teaming up with three designers for its "Designer Dress Collection."
Target is extending its coronavirus hazard pay policy along with other benefits.
Store owners and managers are struggling to enforce coronavirus mask policies among customers.
Workers for Amazon, Whole Foods, Walmart, FedEx, Trader Joes, Target, Shipt and Instacart are staging May Day walkouts.
However, the company expects margins to drop by 5-percentage points in the first quarter due to temporary wage increases of $2 an hour for store and distribution center workers as well as higher sales of low-margin products such as groceries.
Target delivery app Shipt experienced a system outage Friday as its shoppers boycotted the company in their efforts to receive more benefits.
The grocery chain is also offering special hours for at-risk shoppers.
Gig workers for Target's delivery app Shipt are asking customers to boycott the service Friday in their efforts to receive more benefits and coronavirus protections.
With so many items at your exposure, consumers may be tempted to buy more than they originally intended.
The protest comes as the Target-owned online grocery service ramped up hiring to offset the increased demand created by the pandemic
Target will supply all team members in stores and distribution centers with face masks and gloves within the next two weeks.