Target Corp. said it has replaced the head of its struggling Canadian operations, naming 15-year company veteran Mark Schindele to succeed Tony Fisher as president of the division. Fisher had overseen the rapid rollout of Target in Canada over the past two years, which has been marked by perceived pricing problems and supply-chain missteps. Schindele's appointment comes two weeks after the ouster of Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel in the wake of a massive data breach that compromised the ...

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