Traffic Drives (Another) Big Quarter for Target

Traffic was—again—the key ingredient in Target's secret sauce for growth in the company's recently ended quarter, the Minneapolis-based retailer reported Wednesday.

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"Guests turn to Target because of our stores and our digital options, not one vs. the other," Target CEO Brian Cornell says following the company's expectations-busting first-quarter results.

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