MINNEAPOLIS (FNS) -- While Dayton-Hudson's Target supercenters have shown "progress," the company is still hesitant to roll out the format nationwide, Robert J. Ulrich, chairman and chief executive officer, told SN following the company's annual meeting here. "Although Super Targets continue to gain in sales and profits, they are still experimental," Ulrich said. "We are learning how to operate the grocery side -- and we are pleased with our overall progress." The company is expected to ...

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