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Copyright © 2008 by the University of Virginia Darden School Foundation. All rights reserved. This spreadsheet supports the STUDENT analysis of the case, "Target Corporation" (Case 19).
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Executive Officers and Capital Expenditure Committee Members Timothy R. Baer Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary Michael R. Francis Executive Vice President, Marketing John D. Griffith Executive Vice President, Property Development CEC Jodeen A. Kozlak Executive Vice President, Human Resources Troy H. Risch Executive Vice President, Stores CEC Janet M. Schalk Executive Vice President, Technology Services and Chief Information Officer Douglas A. Scovanner Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer CEC Terrence J. Scully President, Target Financial Services Gregg W. Steinhafel President CEC Robert J. Ulrich Chairman and Chief Executive Officer CEC Chairman and CEO Bob Ulrich, 62. Ulrich began his career at Dayton-Hudson as a merchandising trainee in 1967. He advanced to the position of CEO of Target Stores in 1987 and to the position of Dayton-Hudson’s CEO in 1994 EVP and CFO Doug Scovanner , 49. Scovanner was named Target CFO in February 2000 after previously serving as CFO of Dayton-Hudson . President of Target Stores Gregg Steinhafel, 50. Steinhafel began his career at Target as a merchandising trainee in 1979. He was named president in 1999. EVP of Stores Troy Risch , 37. Risch was promoted to EVP in September 2006. EVP of Property Development John Griffith , 44. Griffith was promoted to EVP in February 2005 from the position of senior vice president of Property Development he had held since February 2000.
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Retail Company Financial Information Revenue Basic Debt Debt Rating Fiscal Year Market Capitalization as of Oct. 31, 2006 ($ billions) EPS ($ billions) Beta Ended ($ billions) $5.80 $1.95 $0.00 BBB 1.05 6-Feb $11.40 Best Buy Co., Inc. $30.80 $2.33 $0.60 BBB 1.25 6-Feb $26.20 Costco Wholesale Corp. $52.90 $2.24 $0.80 A 0.85 5-Aug $24.10 Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc. $2.60 $1.47 $0.20 Not Rated 1.15 6-Jan $1.30 J.CPenney Company, Inc. $18.80 $4.30 $3.50 BB+ 1.05 6-Jan $16.60 Kohl’s Corporation $13.40 $2.45 $1.20 BBB 0.9 6-Jan $23.10 Sears Holdings Corporation $49.10 $5.63 $4.00 BB+ NMF 6-Jan $26.90 Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. $315.70 $2.68 $38.80 AA 0.8 6-Jan $199.90 Target Corporation $52.60 $2.73 $9.90 A+ 1.05 6-Jan $50.10
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Fiscal Year Ending 28-Jan-06 29-Jan-05 Net revenues 52,620 46,839 Cost of goods sold 34,927 31,445 Depreciation, depletion, and amortization 1,409 1,259 Gross income 16,284 14,135 Selling, general, and admin. expenses 11,961 10,534 Operating income 4,323 3,601 Net interest expense 463 570 Pretax income 3,860 3,031 Income taxes 1,452 1,146 Net income before extra items 2,408 1,885 Gain (loss) sale of assets 1,313 Net income after extra items 2,408 3,198 Capital expenditures 3,330 3,012 Capital expenditures/sales 6.30% 6.40%
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