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Target Adds More Stores To Its Fresh-Foods List

Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT) announced Monday it was expanding its grocery store strategy to an additional 30 outlets, including ones in Nashville, Tenn., Cincinnati, Ohio, and Jacksonville, Fla.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Still A Target For Apple; Courtroom Defeat Could Give Korean Tech Giant 'Big Problems,' Says Analyst

The wait is finally over for people in the U.S. who were looking forward to Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S3. Sprint made the handset available for in-store purchases from July 1, while AT&T announced that it would be selling the phone in its stores from July 6. But if a recent note by one industry analyst is to be believed, it won't be an easy road for this successor of the S2.

China's 2012 Growth Target At Risk, Property Curbs Hurt

China's annual growth target for 2012 looks increasingly in jeopardy as demand at home falters and Europe's debt crisis worsens, complicating matters for Beijing as the country heads into a once-in-a-decade leadership transition.

Fed's Bullard defends inflation target

The Federal Reserve was neither hawkish nor dovish when it set a formal inflation target, and such a move would make sense even if the U.S. central bank had a single mandate, a top Fed official said on Monday.

Boeing bears down on 737 fuel-savings target

Boeing Co on Wednesday put some finishing touches on a make-over of its popular 737 aircraft as the U.S. planemaker battles with European arch-rival Airbus to deliver fuel savings to airlines hammered by near-record oil prices.

New Round Of Iran Nuclear Talks To Target Enrichment

The United States and its allies are pressing for an end to Iran's high-level uranium enrichment and the closure of a facility built deep under a mountain as talks on Tehran's nuclear standoff with the West resume this week.

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New iPad With HD Apps Now Has Giant Target On Its Back

iPad 3 has a target on its back now that competing manufacturers know what its strengths and weaknesses are. Just because the new iPad has a super-high resolution display and a few HD apps some people will want, doesn't mean people will pay $500 for it. That's where companies like Amazon, Google and Nokia come in because they have the best chance to put out a far cheaper tablet that takes dead aim at the iPad.
Hans Vestberg, president and chief executive of the Ericsson Group, holds a ST-Ericsson 4G LTE chip during his keynote address at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 11, 2012.

ST-Ericsson Readies Revamp, soon a Takeover Target

ST-Ericsson is preparing to unveil a major operations revamp within two weeks, placing the troubled mobile chip venture on track for a takeover by a peer or competitor that would create a formidable rival to Qualcomm Inc.
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ST-Ericsson readies revamp, soon a takeover target

ST-Ericsson is preparing to unveil a major operations revamp within two weeks, placing the troubled mobile chip venture on track for a takeover by a peer or competitor that would create a formidable rival to Qualcomm Inc.
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