Instead of holding the Tuesday meeting, a company spokeswoman said executives will discuss fiscal fourth-quarter results and answer analysts' questions by webcast.
The Minneapolis-based retailer's meeting had been scheduled for Tuesday morning in midtown Manhattan. Target CEO Brian Cornell, Chief Operating Officer John Mulligan and Chief Financial Officer Michael Fiddelke, had all planned to attend and deliver presentations.
In an email, a company spokeswoman attributed the change to "the rapidly evolving situation regarding the coronavirus."
Target is scheduled to report its earnings before the bell Tuesday. Its analyst call will begin at 9 a.m. EST.