John Mulligan, Target Corp

Zwiebach, Elliot
July 2014
Supermarket News Expert Blog;7/21/2014, p29
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The article features John Mulligan, interim president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Target Corp. who is included in "Supermarket News" magazine's 2014 Power 50 ranking of the top executives in the retailing industry in the U.S. Topics covered include Mulligan's plan to stabilize the company, physical restructuring of offices and challenges the company's food and nonfood business units.


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