Target will leave NASCAR at the end of this season after 16 years with Chip Ganassi Racing
Target has pulled all Hampton Creek products, including “Just Mayo,” pending further review because of food safety concerns. Officials with the country’s second largest retailer have been in contact with the Food and Drug Administration regarding their concerns, but the federal agency is not providing specific details — yet. Show More Summary
Target recently announced its recall to over 500,00 Easter egg toys that pose a “serious ingestion hazard.” The pull out came just in time for this year’s Easter celebration. On Thursday, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced that the retailer company, Target is recalling more than 500,000 water-absorbing Easter toys. Show More Summary
No injuries have been reported yet, but some parents will have to alter their gift-giving plans after Target pulled back more than half a million Easter toys it says could be hazardous and even life-threatening for kids, NBC News reports. A Consumer Product Safety Commission "Fast Track" recall was issued...
This summer, South Carolinians started seeing menacing clowns in the woods. As a response to clown hysteria,Target pulled clown masks from shelves, McDonalds scaled down use of Ronald McDonald, and people everywhere have been in a fervor. Not everyone...
Your favorite overdone? Halloween costume just became the latest victim of America's creepy clown epidemic. A Target spokesman gave the following statement over the weekend: Given the current environment, we have made the decision to remove a variety of clown masks from our assortment, both in stores and online. Show More Summary
Clown masks are no longer retail-friendly.
Creepy clown masks reportedly began disappearing from stores last week, and the company officially confirmed it was removing its selection Sunday. A Target representative said the decision to pull the masks was made out of "sensitivity to the issue at hand." Creepy clowns have been sighted across the nation and are raising suspicions. Show More Summary
“Given the current environment, we have made the decision to remove a variety of clown masks"
It may almost be Halloween, but you won’t see creepy clown masks at your local Target.
Violent attacks were reported this weekend.
During the Grammys this week, the retail giant Target pulled out all the stops with its live music video starring the singing, acting, and dancing Gwen Stefani. To great fanfare, last year the retailer had partnered with Imagine Dragons, who performed during the awards show atop a circular stage painted with a signature red bull's-eye. Show More Summary
Just when it seemed that hoverboards were about to go mainstream, safety concerns regarding the popular self-balancing scooters have gotten them banned from any number of places. In fact, New York City recently went so far as to ban their use on public streets. Show More Summary
Firearms are, at once, both very simple and very complex. The theory behind using a firearm is easy. You point it at the target, pull the trigger, and it sends a projectile to impact or destroy that target. Somewhere between conception...Show More Summary
When it comes to retail expansion, industry giants such as Wal-Mart and Target have a lot to learn. Wal-Mart abandoned its retail expansion plan nine years after entering Germany, while Target pulled out of Canada a mere two years after entering the country's retail landscape. Show More Summary
CEO: Company was unable to find a realistic scenario in which the 133-store Target Canada would become profitable before at least 2021
Target Pulls Grand Theft Auto V From Shelves Over Its Depiction Of Violence Against Women If it starts with GTA V, where does it end? Google’s Clever Plan To Replace CAPTCHA With A Checkbox Making us look at kittens is less annoyingShow More Summary
Target Australia will cease sales of Grand Theft Auto 5 following "feedback from customers about the game's depictions of violence against women," according to a company press release. "We've been speaking to many customers over recent days about th...
Grand Theft Auto 5 has been removed from sale at Australian branches of Target following an online petition over the game's depiction of violence towards women. The campaign criticises GTA5's ability to let players harm and kill female sex workers. Show More Summary
Since the next-gen re-release of Grand Theft Auto V for Xbox One and Playstation 4, complaints surrounding the game’s treatment of women. Following a petition bearing tens of thousands of signatures, Target has bowed to community pressure and decided to remove the game from sale. More »