NEW YORK — While a slowly progressing economic recovery in the U.S. will likely limit new store growth in coming years, Target Corp. is looking to urban formats, international expansion and e-commerce to supplement growth and gain wallet share, Gregg Steinhafel, Target's chief executive officer, said during a presentation for investors here. Steinhafel said he was confident Target could reach $100 billion in annual sales by 2017. The company had $66 billion in sales in ...

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