By  on November 8, 2017

Despite posting better-than-expected results in the recent second quarter and plans to accelerate its flexible-format store rollout, Target Corp. isn’t immune from the vagaries roiling the retail industry.

The Minneapolis-based retailer on Wednesday confirmed it will close 12 full-size underperforming units, a sign that there’s little tolerance for locations that fall short of expectations in this bruising business climate.

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