Ulrich holds on to top spot

January 2004
Home Textiles Today;1/30/2004 Business Annual, p55
Trade Publication
Focuses on the Target Stores Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Robert Ulrich ranking as number one in the most compensated retailer in the U.S. Worth of the paycheck for the executive; Percentage of increase in salary; Total earnings in 2001.


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