Strange Thing About Shopping At Target Makes You Buy More

There's something about shopping at Target that makes your shopping list go out the window, and there might be more at play than your impulsivity. Target opts to keep its intercom music-free. The Minneapolis Business Journal reports the company is reconsidering that choice, and has been testing music in a few stores over the past couple of years. Around 65 stores have music playing now, but the plan is to integrate music into at least 180 stores by the end of the year with a playlist that's "upbeat, positive and has a playful personality," according to a Target spokesperson. This could be good news for our terrible shopping habits, because research suggests that listening to music increases productivity. (Yahoo


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