Target said on Wednesday its grocery chief is stepping down, as the retailer struggles to overhaul a key business and attract more shoppers to visit its grocery aisles.

Anne Dament will leave the company on Nov. 18, less than eighteen months after she was appointed and tasked with turning around the grocery business, which accounts for a fifth or about $18.5 billion of Target’s overall sales. 

This is the third high-profile exit at Target in less than four months. In September, the Minneapolis-based retailer’s chief digital officer Jason Goldberger left the company, a month after Target’s chief marketing officer Jeff Jones left to join Uber. 

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