MINNEAPOLIS - Target Corp. here changed the format of its dollar-for-all section last month. Formerly, the concept in Target's front-of-store value section, called "The 1 Spot," consisted of dollar products in a seasonal-style area near the store entrances. The sections are now signed, "See. Spot. Save." with an image of the dog the company often uses in advertising and promotional materials. While the sections still have products for $1, about 25% will now be items selling at two for $5, ...

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