MINNEAPOLIS — As Target Corp. here begins testing expanded food assortments at its general merchandise stores, a shareholder proxy fight has raised the issue of how much larger that assortment should be. The conflict — in which Pershing Square Capital Management, a New York-based hedge-fund sponsor and owner of more than $1 billion in Target stock, is putting up his own slate of candidates to challenge the four Target directors whose terms expire this year — is expected to reach a climax ...
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