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Target introduces gender-neutral children's furniture

Target has introduced a new gender-neutral furniture line for children. Pillowfort is set to hit stores later this month and will replace in-house brand Circo.

CVS opens first pharmacy inside Target

The first CVS Pharmacy locations in Target stores are now open in the Charlotte, North Carolina market. It marks the beginning of the conversion of all Target pharmacies per a deal inked in June.

Target CEO makes house calls

Target isn't just for suburban soccer moms anymore. According to CEO Brian Cornell, the retailer's customers have "profoundly changed over the past couple of years." That's why he and other company executives are out on the road visiting shoppers in their homes.

Target adds men's shave subscription brand Bevel

Target is partnering with subscription shave system Bevel­ from Walker & Co. to expand its men's grooming assortment and reach with two important consumer groups.

Target adds more small stores, makes executive hires

Walmart may be closing all its small format stores, but Target is picking up the pace. The retailer announced its store openings schedule through 2017, and just one is a full-size supercenter.

Target teams with SoulCycle

Target is teaming up with the fitness company SoulCycle for a 10-city tour that will bring free spin-style classes to several markets.

Target names Janna Potts head of US stores

Target has promoted Janna Potts to exec-VP, chief stores officer, responsible for all of Target's 1,805 U.S. stores. Potts replaces Tina Tyler and her appointment is effective immediately. She will also serve as a member of Target's leadership team and will report to Target's chief operating officer, John Mulligan.

Target pursues urban growth

Target will be adding a new small format in the Chicago market, the company's fourth there, as it pursues urban markets with gusto.

Report: Target is developing a mobile wallet

Target has joined a growing list of retailers looking to develop a mobile wallet that would let shoppers pay for in-store purchases with an app.  

Target's Wonderland jingles RFID bells

Target's holiday pop-up shop in New York City is doing double duty as both a temporary location in a city where it has no stores, and a showcase for new RFID-enabled cartless shopping.