Gregg Steinhafel has brought Target through tough times and into better days. Even as aggressive remodeling is under way and the company invests in new stores, sales and earnings were up for the first quarter of this year. “We’re very pleased with our first-quarter earnings, which benefited from better-than-expected sales,” Steinhafel, Target chairman, president and chief executive officer, said in a statement this spring. “While our outlook for the remainder of ...
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