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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Target Corporation has announced it employees will not return to its Twin Cities headquarters until this fall.

The decision applies to Target’s 12,000 Twin Cities HQ employees working at its corporate campuses in downtown Minneapolis and Brooklyn Park.

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Employees were originally set to return in June, but Target spokesperson Shandra Tollefson says the decision to delay was made due to the “continued impact of the coronavirus.

” A small number of employees are still working at its two metro campuses.

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“We continue to turn to public health experts for guidance on the coronavirus,” Tollefson said, “and are also closely monitoring the safety of downtown Minneapolis as we evaluate and adjust our plans.”

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Tollefson says a hybrid model of at-home and on-site work will eventually be implemented for its HQ employees as the pandemic’s threat diminishes.

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Rishi Sunak is right to target massive profits of Amazon and other online giants

RISHI SUNAK is absolutely right to target the massive profits of Amazon and other online giants.

The Chancellor aims to rally world finance ministers at the G7 summit to increase tax on mega companies whose online profits soared in the pandemic.

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2The Chancellor is right to target giant but must resist calls for more tax hikes for ordinary businesses and consumersCredit: PA:Press Association

Amazon’s sales in Britain leapt by 51 per cent last year to £19.5billion as lockdown-hit shoppers switched to home deliveries.

But its corporation tax bill is ludicrously small — just £14.5million in 2019. The Chancellor must squeeze such multi-billion pound multinationals if we are to whittle down our vast national debt.

But Rishi’s plans to unveil 29 other tax proposals later this month are deeply concerning.

The tax burden shouldered by workers is on course to be the highest since the 1960s. Soaring Council Tax bills are already landing on doormats across Britain. The Chancellor must resist calls for more tax hikes for ordinary businesses and consumers just when we need to stimulate spending to generate jobs and growth.

Some lucky Britons are sitting on healthy nest eggs built up in lockdown. They are ready to turbocharge the economy with a spree as we move to freedom.

But a mountain of new taxes would bury the recovery before it has begun.

Royals… but no class

TWO versions of the Royal Family will appear on TV screens over the next 24 hours.

This afternoon viewers will see the Queen, Prince Charles, William and Kate marking Commonwealth Day.

2Just hours after the Royal Family marking Commonwealth Day, the Oprah circus with Meghan and Harry will be airedCredit: CBS

Just hours later the Oprah Winfrey circus will be aired as Meghan and Harry sit down for a chat with their billionaire pal.

The contrast could not be clearer — stoic royal duty embodied by the monarch or an increasingly self-obsessed Californian couple unable to control their emotions.

Oprah is said to have been paid about £6.5million by the American channel CBS for the right to screen the interview.

ITV will charge about £150,000 per advert when it broadcasts the show tomorrow.

But Harry and Meghan should remember one thing — money can never buy class.

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