Marshall Field's State Street store

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEBSL000185" title="Marshall Field" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/consumer-goods-industries/marshall-field-PEBSL000185.topic">Marshall Field</a>'s has been owned by British-American Tobacco, the Dayton-Hudson Corporation (which later became Target), and May Co., but when New York-based Federated Company bought May in 2006, they changed the legendary Chicago stores to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSTB000074" title="Macy's" href="/topic/services-shopping/macys-ORSTB000074.topic">Macy's.</a> The change enraged Chicagoans and lead to large boycotts.
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( Susan Kezon / January 4, 2004 )

Marshall Field's has been owned by British-American Tobacco, the Dayton-Hudson Corporation (which later became Target), and May Co., but when New York-based Federated Company bought May in 2006, they changed the legendary Chicago stores to Macy's. The change enraged Chicagoans and lead to large boycotts.

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