There was rejoicing in Minneapolis when Target Stores reported some solid sales gains in the first quarter of 2015. While there are some interesting signs of success, I see the stronger sales results as largely a recovery from lost sales momentum. Last year first quarter sales increased by a paltry 0.3%. Despite challenging weather and West Coast Port delays, the company reported 2.3% comparable stores sales increase. This shows that some loyal customers are coming back after being scared off by the credit card breach that cost the company about $166 million in expenses after an offset of $90 in insurance receivables.