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Total Recall: Turkey, Cars, Step Stools and More

DailyFinance collects all the new recalls here each week to help you keep track of the food and products to avoid. This week's recalls include Honda cars, Chrysler minivans, an herbicide from DuPont, a pin from the Build-A-Bear Workshop, step stools from Target and ground turkey from Cargill.

Target to Open Its First Canadian Stores in 2013

Target will open its first stores in Canada in 2013, the second-largest discount retailer in the U.S. announced in a statement Thursday. The company agreed to pay $1.84 billion to acquire the leasehold interests for as many as 220 sites operated by Hudson's Bay Co.'s Zellers stores.

Target to open small stores

The trend of megastores going small is picking up steam. Walmart is actively looking at urban markets for growth, Home Depot developed its "lite"...

Iced latte for free at Target

Does your local Target store sell Seattle's Best iced lattes for $1? (A lot of Targets recently cut their iced latte prices.) If so, grab a $1 off 1...

Target slows store growth

Target is focusing on "strategic growth" in 2010. This is how public relations puts a positive spin on an otherwise negative issue. In fact, Target...

All signs point to a jobless recovery

The job situation just refuses to right itself. New jobless claims didn't fall as much as expected last week, and the number of people receiving...

Target to Amazon: buh bye

Target is going it alone, taking over the operations of its retail site from Amazon.com. It's another move from the retailer to further control the...