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Target Fires President of Its Canadian Operations

The company also announced the promotions of three senior merchandising executives in its U.S. division as it tries to be more nimble in bringing in trendy products into stores more quickly.

Auto Loan Delinquency Rate Rises

Nearly 32% of new auto loans issued in the fourth quarter were made to nonprime borrowers, up from 31.6% a year earlier.

Target Results Hurt Execs' Pay

Last year, Target didn't give any of its top officers short-term bonuses tied to its performance.

What Can AT&T, DIRECTV Customers Expect?

Customers of both companies will likely see more offers bundling DIRECTV's 285 TV-channel service with AT&T wireless and Internet services.

Female Entrepreneurs Pick Up the Pace

Female business owners tend to be more optimistic than their male counterparts, according to a survey released this week by Bank of America.

U.S. Homebuilder Confidence Slips

Builders' outlook for sales of single-family homes over the next six months rose one point to 57.