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Target closing two San Francisco Bay area stores
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Target is slated to close two of its San Francisco Bay Area locations this summer despite the company seeing tremendous growth over the course of the pandemic.
A location on Ocean Avenue in San Francisco and on Stevens Creek Boulevard in Cupertino will shut down on June 26. All eligible team members, however, will be given the chance to transfer to different area stores, according to the company.
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"The decision to close a store is always difficult," Target told FOX Business in a statement. Although, the decision comes after "a rigorous annual process to evaluate the performance of every store in the portfolio and maintain the overall health of the business," the company said.