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Target Corp. (TGT: Quote) said it named Jeffrey Jones executive vice president and chief marketing officer, effective immediately. Most recently, Jones served as partner and president of McKinney, a Durham, NC based advertising agency. Under Jones' leadership, the agency achieved record growth and profitability.

Before McKinney, Jones held several leadership positions at Gap, Inc. (GPS: Quote) including serving as executive vice president and chief marketing officer where he was responsible for leading marketing strategy, retail store design, store experience and all consumer communication. He also managed Gap, Inc.'s gift card subsidiary, Direct Consumer Services, LLC serving as President of the division.

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