Target's online push weighs on profit, shares tumble
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Target Corp posted lower-than-expected quarterly profit on Tuesday as spending on its online business and delivery options helped sales but ate into margins, sending shares down 6 percent in pre-market trade. FILE PHOTO: ...
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