- Target looking to hire 20 people for mysterious start-up called Goldfish
- Target Corp. is looking to hire 20 engineers and product managers in Silicon Valley to join a technology-based start-up called “Goldfish,” but it's still fairly mysterious as to what the new project is all about.
- Lost goldfish case in Norway closer to being solved
- In this photo provided by the Norwegian police, a goldfish swims inside a jar, at the police station in Bodo, northern Norway, Sunday, March 6, 2016.
- Norway police close to solving lost goldfish case
- HELSINKI — Norwegian police have bigger fish to fry so they've allowed a fellow officer to take home a goldfish that had been waiting for its rightful owner in a jam jar at the local police station.
- Norwegian police trawl for goldfish owner
- HELSINKI (AP) — For one goldfish in Norway, it's almost like being a fish out of water.
- Cops care for abandoned goldfish while awaiting its owner
- Norway goldfish In this photo provided by the Norwegian police, a goldfish swims inside a jar, at the police station in Bodo, northern Norway, Sunday, March 6, 2016.
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