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Missoni Buzz Overwhelms Target Stores, Website

Target strategically built a wave of buzz around Tuesday's launch of the Missoni for Target line, but the retailer was unprepared for what it created: Mob scenes in stores and a surge that crashed its website for more than a day. So was the near instant sellout a success, or a PR mess?

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.

Wal-Mart Finally Embraces Its Gritty Image

Great selection, low prices, and tolerable shopping conditions have long been recognized as Wal-Mart's winning formula. Fortunately, the company itself is starting to see it that way too. It hasn't been easy to attain, but Wal-Mart's self-knowledge should be good news for investors.

Do-Good Firms Brighten a Dismal Economy

Do you get a warm fuzzy feeling when you open your cupboards? If you use products made by companies like Method, King Arthur Flour Company, and Seventh Generation, you're supporting businesses officially certified as do-good corporations by the nonprofit B Lab -- where the "B" stands for "benefit."

Holiday Savings and Weekend Deals

Black Friday may be over but the deals most certainly are not. National retailers continue to roll out promotions and with each week closer to...

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...

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...