CIO career corner: Singer to leave Target
Linda Tucci, Senior News Writer
Paul Singer, senior vice president and CIO of Target Corp. since 2000, is leaving the discount retailer, reportedly to pursue a longstanding interest in raising public awareness about international adoption.
Singer joined Target in 1984 as a business analyst and went on to hold several positions in the company's merchandising and merchandise planning departments before moving to technology services in 1994. He became president of information services in 1999 and was named CIO in April 2000. Prior to his career at Target, Singer worked at Kmart and the May Co.