Clarification: Target-Holidays story

The retailer's holiday plans also include a new e-gift service and adding kiosks that focus on impulse presents mainly under $15

This Wednesday, May 3, 2017, photo shows a Target store in Omaha, Neb. Target says customers want it to pause the "Christmas creep." The retailer says it wants to be more in tune with customers' mindset, so it plans to ease in holiday promotions this year while better recognizing Thanksgiving.
This Wednesday, May 3, 2017, photo shows a Target store in Omaha, Neb. Target says customers want it to pause the "Christmas creep." The retailer says it wants to be more in tune with customers' mindset, so it plans to ease in holiday promotions this year while better recognizing Thanksgiving. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

NEW YORK (AP) — In a story Oct. 23, The Associated Press reported that Target plans to push back on “Christmas creep” as it plans to ease in holiday marketing while better honoring Thanksgiving. The story should have made clear that push back wasn’t about reducing discounts.