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By Mac Smith | Wednesday Jan 9, 2013
For as many home runs that were hit out of the fashion ballpark last year, there seemed to be just as many foul balls. Some missteps seemed to appear time and again, causing us to wonder if the classic Hollywood "Step and Repeat" might need to be renamed.
By William Kapfer | Wednesday Aug 15, 2012
Coverage from the country’s premiere LGBT business conference, the National Gay Lesbian Chamber of Commerce’s 9th Annual National Business and Leadership Conference.
By Megan Barnes | Monday Jun 20, 2011
Target’s sponsorship of 3 Pride groups and its support of an anti-gay politician brings up the queasy balance of the need for money to put on these now-giant celebrations and whether accepting such gifts marks tacit approval of such corporate policies.
By Julie Watson | Friday Apr 8, 2011
A judge ruled Thursday that a San Diego pro-gay marriage group can continue canvassing outside of Target stores in California, but the group’s volunteers must stay 30 feet away from store entrances and canvass at just one entrance at a time.
By Julie Watson | Friday Mar 25, 2011
Target Corp. is suing a San Diego pro-gay marriage group to get it to stop canvassing outside its San Diego County stores, alleging its activists are driving away customers.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Mar 9, 2011
Only two weeks after announcing a partnership to sell an exclusive edition of Lady Gaga’s new single "Born This Way" at Target, the pop sensation and the retail giant have called the whole thing off, reportedly over Target’s donations to anti-gay causes.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Feb 24, 2011
Retail giant Target has landed exclusive rights to sell a special edition of Lady Gaga’s "Born This Way," but according to the fashion-forward, GLBT-friendly chanteuse, the deal came with strings attached: Namely, Target had to agree not to give any more money to anti-gay groups.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Feb 18, 2011
Target’s donation last year to anti-gay political group Minnesota Forward created a buzz of negative publicity and generated threats of boycott. The corporation has now revised its policies around political donations.
By ANNE D’INNOCENZIO, RACHEL BECK | Sunday Feb 6, 2011
Three years ago, Wal-Mart ruled for convenience, selection and price. But today it is losing customers and revenue, and smarting from decisions that backfired.
By Brian Bakst | Wednesday Dec 8, 2010
Democrat Mark Dayton started putting together a transition team right after election day. With Republican Tom Emmer ready to concede the governor’s race, he’ll finally get to use it.
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