Target Corporation, also known as a destination, is the second largest Target Weekly Ad retailer in the United States, behind Walmart and included in the S & P 500. Founded by George Dayton and is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the company was originally named Goodfellow dry goods in June 1902 before before renamed Dayton dry goods company in 1903 and later Dayton company in 1910. the first goal store opened in Roseville, Minnesota in 1962 as the parent company of the Dayton Corporation in 1967, renamed the Dayton Hudson Corporation after the merger with JL Hudson in 1969 and owned some department stores chain, including Dayton Hudson Marshall Fields and Mervyn's.
Target set as the highest revenue division of Dayton Hudson Corporation in 1970 began to expand trade at national level in 1980 and in the format of the target Weekly ad under the brand in 1990. The company has found success as a cheap-chic player in the industry. The parent company renamed Target Corporation in 2000, and he enjoys his last department store chains in 2004, suffering from a highly publicized security breaches of customer data and the failure of his brief Canadian subsidiary in the early 2010s, but saw revitalized success of its expansion in the markets in cities in the United States.