MINNEAPOLIS -- With one SuperTarget under its belt, Target Stores here contemplates a major expansion for its supercenters in 1996 and 1997. Target, a division of Dayton Hudson Corp. here, said it plans to open up to 22 supercenters in the next two years "that will provide data to determine the prospects for future expansion." Speaking at the parent company's annual meeting, Bob Ulrich, Dayton Hudson's chairman and chief executive officer, said the company's supercenter expansion beyond 1997 ...

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