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“Target Corp. said same-store sales rose at the fastest rate in more than a decade, buoyed by efforts to improve its stores and e-commerce capabilities as well as by a booming economy that has helped lift sales across the retail industry,” The Wall Street Journal

  1. A company staving off e-commerce threats, gives hope!
  2. Have they just played their online sales cards right in conjunction with in-store?
  3. This may indicate odds aren’t always against brick and mortar…
  4. Perhaps it’s an indication you must play nice with the likes of Amazon.
  5. Customers will deal you options…
  6. You just have to hold your own at the commerce table.

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