On Target

14 December 2017 By Christopher Beddor

The $34 bln retailer said it would buy the grocery-delivery platform for $550 mln. That’s a step in the right direction to leverage its brick-and-mortar shops in an online world. But the Minneapolis-based company will need to do much more to escape the Walmart-and-Amazon squeeze.

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