Target said Monday it will spend about $200 million on another round of employee bonuses and extend its coronavirus-related benefits after its strong holiday season. The discount retailer will give $500 bonuses to all hourly workers and bonuses of $1,000 to $2,000 to store directors and others in leadership positions. It said it has spent $1 billion more on employee benefits and pay in fiscal 2020 than in 2019. Target has been one of the beneficiaries of pandemic trends, as shoppers consolidate trips, fill up bigger baskets and use curbside pickup. That pattern continued over the holidays, boosting the company’s comparable sales 17.2%, while its e-commerce sales more than doubled in November and December. Read more at CNBC.