WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Target Corp., Minneapolis, has the potential to be fully four times its current size in a decade's time as it focuses on applying its upmarket strategy to the supercenter food format, Jerry Storch, Target's vice chairman, said last week. Application of Target's differentiation tactic to its supercenters has the potential to yield a company that's $45 billion larger in a decade than growth centered on discount stores alone could produce, said Storch. He was a ...

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