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The latest announcement adds to an already rough start to the year for mall retailers.
Casey Carl, a Target Corp. lifer and currently its chief innovation and strategy officer, is leaving the company amid a narrowing of innovation efforts to those that yield faster results tied to its core business.
As company prepared to shut down initiative, offer possibly surfaced.
Selling Harry's and Bevel products helps the retailer with online competition.
Report says Richfield-based retailer could benefit the most after the firm closes for good.
This time, it is Family Dollar and Payless ShoeSource that will cut back on locations in the state.
The retailer has sent about 500 of its Redcard-carrying customers invitations for them and a friend to attend prelaunch events on Saturday night at five stores around the country, including the Nicollet Mall store.
While Target is focusing on its stores as "shoppable distribution centers" where people can come in and browse core products, Wal-Mart is placing higher bets on e-commerce as it looks to take on Amazon.com directly.
The trendy furniture store would be the brand's second in the Twin Cities after Edina.
Stores include more convenient food and online pickup areas.