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Tuesday A.M. Report

Target launches temporary fix for coupon mess; Marbles: The Brain Store opens in Eden Prairie; and H.B. Fuller expands into India

Target launches temporary fix for coupon mess: Target Corp. has introduced a temporary fix for a computer glitch that caused some shoppers to be overcharged for items they bought using coupons. The company will require checkers at the Target stores to process coupons one by one and check to ensure that the full value of each coupon is applied, according to news reports. Read full story

Marbles: The Brain Store opens in Eden Prairie: A Chicago-based specialty retailer called Marbles: The Brain Store has opened a location at Eden Prairie Center shopping mall. It’s the chain’s third Twin Cities store — and the eighth overall — for the two-year game retailer that started as a Kiosk in a suburban Chicago mall. All of its Minnesota locations will be open year-round. Read full story

H.B. Fuller expands into India: H.B. Fuller Co. has started construction on a $12 million manufacturing plant to support its expansion in India. The plant is near the city of Pune, about 62 miles south of Mumbai. Read full story