Target just announced some astonishing quarterly results, but the numbers themselves weren't even the most impressive part. Sure, if you're an investor, the fact that the company raced past expectations
The grocery space is becoming quite competitive these days. Walmart has launched InHome, Amazon Fresh is now free for Prime members, and we’re supposed to see the first Amazon grocery store come to fruition
Same-day delivery is coming to Target’s app. The retailer announced this morning that its same-day shopping service Shipt, which Target acquired two years ago for $550 million, will now be integrated into
Target shoppers who want their purchases delivered the same day can now make it happen with a simple tap of the store's app. Customers who were previously able to get same-day delivery by going to Target.com,
“The changes are subtle — they’re small steps, so you kind of accept them,” said Galves, who also delivers for Postmates to make ends meet. “You lose a little money here and there — and after a while realize
Target Could Beat Amazon This Holiday Season, but It Isn't Waiting for Black Friday. Here's Why That's a Great Strategy
Target plans to beat its larger competitors by doing what it does best--being the place people actually like to shop. I don't know if it's fair to call Target the underdog, but I guess in a few ways, fits.