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  • / Technology

    Target partners with Shutterfly to provide more photo options

    Target and Shutterfly are combining efforts to create an online photo service that will give Target shoppers more options for managing their photo needs.

    Posted 05/09/2007Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Target and Shutterfly are combining efforts to create an online photo service that will give Target shoppers more options for managing their photo needs.
  • / Press Release

    R/GA WORKS WITH TARGET

    NEW YORK, March 30, 2005 – R/GA, the interactive advertising agency, today announced that it is working with Target to provide online marketing and creative support for the company’s Web site, Target.com. The scope of work includes strategic planning and creative execution along with other initiatives. Engagements include developing the Design for All Web experiences. “We are excited to work with Target to create distinct and immersive online...

    Posted 03/30/2005

    NEW YORK, March 30, 2005 – R/GA, the interactive advertising agency, today announced that it is working with Target to provide online marketing and creative support for the company’s Web site, Target.com. The scope of work includes strategic planning and creative execution along with other…
  • / Press Release

    Coles Myer Ltd. Selects Retek Integrated Enterprise Solutions

    $17 Billion (USD) Australian Retailer to Improve the Accuracy of Inventory, Forecasts and Allocations with Retek’s Integrated Solutions MINNEAPOLIS - October 16, 2003 æ Retek Inc. (Nasdaq: RETK) announced today that Coles Myer Ltd., Australia’s largest retailer, has licensed Retek’s integrated enterprise solutions to support its growing food and liquor operations. As Coles Myer has expanded, its systems infrastructure needed improved integration...

    Posted 10/21/2003

    $17 Billion (USD) Australian Retailer to Improve the Accuracy of Inventory, Forecasts and Allocations with Retek’s Integrated Solutions MINNEAPOLIS - October 16, 2003 æ Retek Inc. (Nasdaq: RETK) announced today that Coles Myer Ltd., Australia’s largest retailer, has licensed Retek’s…
  • Kmart gets $2 billion—but not much of it is going to the web

    Industry consultants are trying out different scenarios about future operations of Kmart.com as Kmart continues to slug its way out of Chapter 11.

    Posted 01/30/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Industry consultants are trying out different scenarios about future operations of Kmart.com as Kmart continues to slug its way out of Chapter 11.
  • / E-Retailers

    Target’s traffic grows fourfold, sales, threefold

    Traffic at Target Stores` web sites grew fourfold while sales increased threefold, Cathy David, general manager of Target.com and MarshallFields.com, said at the NRF Convention and Expo in New York this week.

    Posted 01/17/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Traffic at Target Stores` web sites grew fourfold while sales increased threefold, Cathy David, general manager of Target.com and MarshallFields.com, said at the NRF Convention and Expo in New York this week.
  • / Technology

    Target joins Amazon; Amazon will run Target.com, Target will sell at Amazon

    Target Corp. and Amazon have reached an agreement under which Target will open a store at Amazon.com that Amazon will run and Target has agreed to employ Amazon’s e-commerce systems at Target.com.

    Posted 09/12/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Target Corp. and Amazon have reached an agreement under which Target will open a store at Amazon.com that Amazon will run and Target has agreed to employ Amazon’s e-commerce systems at Target.com.
  • / Press Release

    Unwrap Father`s Day Gift-Giving Solutions at target.com

    Online Retailer Offers Exclusive Gifts for Every Dad to Celebrate His Special Day MINNEAPOLIS, May 24 -- This Father`s Day, target.com is making it easier than ever to find the perfect present for Dad by offering guests an exclusive assortment of online gift solutions. Whether Dad is a gadget guru, gourmet chef or gardener, online visitors will find just what they need to purchase and send a gift he`ll always remember. For added convenience,...

    Posted 05/24/2001

    Online Retailer Offers Exclusive Gifts for Every Dad to Celebrate His Special Day MINNEAPOLIS, May 24 -- This Father`s Day, target.com is making it easier than ever to find the perfect present for Dad by offering guests an exclusive assortment of online gift solutions. Whether Dad is a gadget guru,…
  • RedEnvelope’s marketing success

    RedEnvelope succeeds in making itself known to its target market.

    Posted 03/01/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    RedEnvelope succeeds in making itself known to its target market.
  • Kmart Kicks Off BlueLight Promo

    Following the introduction of its BlueLight private-label credit card, Troy, Mich.-based Kmart Corp. plans a massive promotion for its relaunched BlueLight.com shopping site, says Mark Goldstein, president and chief executive officer of BlueLight.com. Thousands of Kmart delivery trucks will be repainted with the BlueLight logo and Web address, reaching millions of consumers all over the country, he says. Most Kmart stores will install Web-enabled...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Following the introduction of its BlueLight private-label credit card, Troy, Mich.-based Kmart Corp. plans a massive promotion for its relaunched BlueLight.com shopping site, says Mark Goldstein, president and chief executive officer of BlueLight.com. Thousands of Kmart delivery trucks will be…

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  • Oh, baby: Laurie McCartney launches a maternity site in style

    Laurie McCartney left Walt Disney’s strategic planning team two years ago, wanting to scratch her entrepreneurial itch. There was just one problem: McCartney wasn’t certain what kind of start-up tickled her fancy. Indecision ended as soon as McCartney became pregnant. Frustrated with traditional maternity offerings and channels, she decided to launch her own online specialty boutique for moms-to-be and their new offspring, delivering...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Laurie McCartney left Walt Disney’s strategic planning team two years ago, wanting to scratch her entrepreneurial itch. There was just one problem: McCartney wasn’t certain what kind of start-up tickled her fancy. Indecision ended as soon as McCartney became pregnant. Frustrated with…

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