MINNEAPOLIS -- Dayton Hudson Corp. gave a vote of confidence last week to its new SuperTarget format and confirmed reports it will open an additional 10 to 20 units over the next two years. Speaking at Dayton Hudson's annual meeting here, Bob Ulrich, chairman and chief executive officer, said the concept is meeting with success so far. "Although it is too soon to assess the longer-term potential of this strategy, we are very pleased with the early results," Ulrich said. The first ...

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