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VF Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2021 Results
Vf Reports Q1 Adjusted Loss Per Share $0.57 From Continuing Operations
VF Corp Announces Organizational Changes To Advance Its Asia Pacific Regional Strategy
V.F. Corporation is engaged in the design, production, procurement, marketing and distribution of branded lifestyle apparel, footwear and related products. The Company's segments include Outdoor & Action Sports, Jeanswear, Imagewear and Sportswear. It owns a portfolio of brands in the outerwear, footwear, denim, backpack, luggage, accessory, sportswear, occupational and performance apparel categories. Its products are marketed to consumers shopping in specialty stores, department stores, national chains, mass merchants and its own direct-to-consumer operations. Its direct-to-consumer business includes concession retail stores and e-commerce sites. Its brands sell products in international markets through licensees, distributors and independently-operated partnership stores. Its brands primarily include The North Face, Vans, Timberland, and Kipling.
1551 WEWATTA STREET
Steven E. Rendle
Executive Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer
Scott A. Roe
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
President - Greater China
Laura C. Meagher
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
Kevin D. Bailey
Executive Vice President and Group President — APAC
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Apparel maker VF Corp is eyeing further acquisitions despite coronavirus uncertainty, saying it could be a good time to expand its collection, the Financial Times reported https://on.ft.com/2C3miO1 on Sunday.
Apparel maker VF Corp <VFC.N> is eyeing further acquisitions despite coronavirus uncertainty, saying it could be a good time to expand its collection, the Financial Times reported https://on.ft.com/2C3miO1 on Sunday.
VF Corp <VFC.N>, the maker of Timberland boots and The North Face backpacks, warned on Friday that it expects current-quarter revenue to more than halve due to the coronavirus-induced store closures.
* VF CORPORATION PROVIDES UPDATE ON GLOBAL BUSINESS IMPACT OF COVID-19
* VF CORPORATION PROVIDES UPDATE ON BUSINESS IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS IN CHINA
VF Corp <VFC.N> trimmed its full-year forecasts on Thursday, as the apparel maker struggles with waning demand for its Timberland outerwear and slowing growth at Vans.
Apparel maker VF Corp cut its full-year revenue and profit forecast on Thursday after missing Wall Street estimates for third-quarter revenue, dragged by weak demand for its Timberland brand.
VF Corp <VFC.N> said on Tuesday it was starting a review for nine workwear brands that target businesses, including Red Kap and Bulwark, as the apparel maker looks to focus on its retail-oriented brands such as Vans.
VF Corp <VF.N> fell short of Wall Street estimates for its quarterly profit and revenue on Friday, hit by growing competition for its popular brands Vans and Timberland, sending shares of the apparel maker down as much as 10%.
Apparel maker VF Corp reported second-quarter revenue that missed Wall Street expectations on Friday, hurt by sluggish demand for its North Face and Vans brands.
Kontoor Brands Inc, the recently spunoff jeans unit of VF Corp, reported an 8.2% fall in quarterly revenue on Thursday, as the company took a hit from the bankruptcy of a major customer last year and a stronger dollar.
VF Corp <VFC.N> raised its full-year profit forecast on Wednesday after reporting better-than-expected quarterly revenue and earnings, powered by demand for the apparel maker's Vans and North Face brands.
VF Corp's quarterly revenue beat Wall Street expectations on Wednesday, helped by higher demand for its Vans sneakers and the North Face brand.
Apparel maker VF Corp forecast full-year revenue and profit below expectations on slowing demand for its popular outdoor wear label North Face and sneaker brand Vans, sending its shares down about 7%.
Apparel maker VF Corp exceeded Wall Street's quarterly sales expectations, boosted by higher demand for its Vans sneakers and outdoor wear brand North Face.
Apparel maker VF Corp <VFC.N> raised its full-year revenue and profit forecast on Friday, as demand for its high-margin, popular Vans sneakers continues to boost sales, sending the company's shares up as much as 15 percent.
Apparel maker VF Corp beat Wall Street's estimates for quarterly revenue on Friday, boosted by demand for its high-margin Vans shoes and North Face apparel.
VF Corp <VFC.N> has named its jeanswear business it plans to spin off next year Kontoor Brands Inc, the apparel maker said on Thursday.
VF Corp <VFC.N> shares fell 9 percent on Friday after the apparel maker lowered revenue forecasts for its jeans business and reported slow outdoor wear sales even as its popular Van sneakers lifted quarterly profit.
Apparel maker VF Corp topped analysts' estimates for revenue on Friday, boosted by thriving demand for its high-margin Vans shoes and North Face apparel.
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