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Click to edit Master subtitle style Target  Corporation By: Jackie Cornwell & Haley Babare
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Content I. Company Profile II. P.E.S.T. Analysis III. Five Forces Model IV. Value Chain Analysis V. V.R.I.O. Testing VI. Competitors VII. S.W.O.T. Analysis VIII. Financial Analysis IX. Possible Strategies
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Company Profile  Robert J. Ulrich, Chief Executive Officer  Second-largest general merchandise discount chain     Operates over 1,502 stores in 47 states nationwide, as  well as more  than 181 SuperTarget store  Mission statement: “To be the best, in every area of our  business, in  everything we do.” 
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P.E.S.T. Analysis    Political Factors - Changes in overtime  regulations - Fair Share Healthcare Bill    Economic Factors - Increased oil prices, war,  natural disaster    Social Factors - Diversity - Changing  demographics    Technological Factors - Internet - Target Visa - Target Technology  Services India (TTSI).  
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