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Vf Corp - Entered Into A Five-Year Revolving Credit Agreement
VF Corp Reports Q2 Fiscal 2022 Results Reaffirms Full Year Fiscal 2022 Earnings Outlook
VF Sees FY Adjusted Earnings Per Share At Least $3.20
V.F. Corporation is an apparel, footwear and accessories company. The Company is engaged in the design, procurement, production, marketing and distribution of branded lifestyle apparel, footwear and related products. The Company's segments include Outdoor, Active and Work. It owns a portfolio of brands in the outerwear, footwear, apparel, backpack, luggage and accessories categories. Its products are marketed to consumers through its wholesale channel, primarily in specialty stores, national chains, mass merchants, department stores, independently operated partnership stores and with strategic digital partners. Its products are also marketed to consumers through its own direct-to-consumer operations, which include VF-operated stores, concession retail stores, brand e-commerce sites and other digital platforms. Its brands primarily include Vans, The North Face, Timberland and Dickies.
1551 WEWATTA STREET
Steven E. Rendle
Executive Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Global Brand President - Timberland
Laura C. Meagher
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
Kevin D. Bailey
Executive Vice President, President - APAC and Emerging Brands
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VF Corp missed Wall Street estimates for quarterly results on Friday, as the Vans owner grappled with a resurgence of COVID-19 infections in Vietnam and China and disruptions to its supply chain that led to product delays.
White slip-on shoes are becoming a hot commodity thanks to the wildly popular South Korean survival drama "Squid Game", with sneaker maker VF Corp reporting a small increase in demand for its Vans brand.
VF Corp reported quarterly revenue on Friday that missed analysts' estimates as the Vans owner grappled with global supply chain disruptions and factory shutdowns in Vietnam.
VF Corp raised its full-year forecast for revenue and profit on Wednesday, but it came in below market estimates as the apparel maker struggles to bring in sales with the COVID-19 pandemic shuttering stores in some of its major markets.
Apparel maker VF Corp raised its full-year forecast for revenue on Wednesday, as consumers working or attending classes from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic shopped online for its sportswear and athleisure apparel.
VF Corp <VFC.N> said on Monday it would pay $2.1 billion to buy streetwear apparel company Supreme, adding another popular brand to the Vans shoe maker's roster.
Vans owner VF Corp said on Monday it would pay $2.1 billion to buy popular streetwear brand Supreme, which is expected to add at least $500 million to the apparel company's annual revenue in fiscal 2022.
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.
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