Articles of Incorporation
Our Articles of Incorporation establish our legal structure, including the type, amount and rights of shares that we may issue. Together with our Bylaws, our Articles of Incorporation provide the core legal framework of our business.
Download our Articles of Incorporation
Our Bylaws provide detailed rules about how Target is governed, including meetings of our shareholders, meetings of our Board of Directors, qualifications and election of members of our Board of Directors, the Committees of our Board of Directors, and the appointment and responsibilities of our officers.
Download our Bylaws
Corporate Governance Guidelines (includes Director Code of Ethics)
Our Corporate Governance Guidelines contain rules to assist our Board of Directors and its Committees in performing their duties. In particular, our Corporate Governance Guidelines provide details about our Board of Directors, including its leadership and structure, Committees, meetings, membership and evaluations, and management oversight.
Our Director Code of Ethics, which is contained in our Corporate Governance Guidelines, focuses members of our Board of Directors on areas of ethical risk, provides guidance to help recognize ethical issues and understand how to report unethical conduct, and helps foster a culture of honesty and accountability.
Like all team members, our executive leaders follow Target's Team Member Code of Ethics.
Download our Corporate Governance Guidelines and Director Code of Ethics
Board Committees & Charters
Our Board of Directors has four standing Committees. Each Committee has a charter that details its delegated roles and responsibilities.
Learn about our committees and view their charters
Communicating with our Board of Directors
Shareholders and other interested parties seeking to communicate with any individual director or group of directors may send correspondence to:
Target Board of Directors
c/o Corporate Secretary
1000 Nicollet Mall, TPS-2670
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
BoardOfDirectors@target.com, which is managed by the Corporate Secretary.
The Corporate Secretary, in turn, has been instructed by the Board to forward all communications, except those that are clearly unrelated to Board or shareholder matters, to the relevant Board members.