By  on November 16, 2011

MINNEAPOLIS — Change is in the air at Target Corp.

First, the retailer has several key executive positions to fill. In October, its top marketing executive, Michael Francis, left to join J.C. Penney Co. Inc. as president. Target also is searching for a president for to succeed Steve Eastman, who left in October after the Web site crashed for the second time. Douglas Scovanner, Target’s longtime executive vice president and chief financial officer, said he will retire in March and the retailer recently parted ways with its longtime advertising agency, Peterson Milla Hooks.

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