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VF Corporation: A Timeline of Key Events

This report explores the recent history of VF Corporation, one of the world’s largest apparel, footwear and accessories companies. We look at key events over the last three years, during which time the company has undergone restructuring but remained committed to its sustainability and responsibility strategy. We also provide a timeline of VF Corporation’s product offering changes, executive changes and expansion over the past decade.

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4Q19 US Earnings Season Wrap-Up

Fourth-quarter 2019 retail earnings show that many companies across the retail industry saw strong growth. However, our coverage of the Coresight 100 reveals that the CPG and department-store sectors bucked this trend, with the latter continuing to struggle. Companies across the board have updated their guidance due to coronavirus disruption in the supply chain and demand in Asia, but we are yet to see updates based on the spread of the virus to the US, with the nation moving closer to lockdown.

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VF Corporation (NYSE: VFC)

The four pillars of VF’s five-year plan, announced in 2017: reshaping the company’s brand portfolio, transforming to a consumer-centric model, elevating direct-to-consumer led by digital, and investing in Asia, especially China. Since announcing , VF has transformed its brand portfolio with asset purchases (including Williamson-Dickie, Icebreaker and Altra) and divestitures (such as Nautica and Majestic), allowing the company to focus on activity-based outdoor, active and work lifestyle products. During the first half of 2019, VF plans a tax-free spinoff of its jeans and outlet businesses, which generate around $2.5 billion in sales, to be called Kontoor Brands. This separation supports

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VF Corp (VFC) 3Q19 Results: Raises Guidance as Active Segment Propels Gains

VF Corp. reported adjusted fiscal 3Q19 EPS of $1.31, up from $1.01 in the year-ago quarter and above the $1.10 consensus estimate. Total revenues were $3.94 billion, up 8.0% year over year (10% at constant currency). Excluding Kontoor Brands (scheduled to be spun off at the end of April), revenues rose 12%. By segment, Outdoor revenues rose 11% to $1.61 billion; Active revenues increased 16% to $1.14 billion; Work segment revenues rose 9% to $62.6 million and Jeans revenues declined 27% to $67.8 million. By channel, direct-to-consumer (DTC) rose 9%, Digital (within DTC) rose 21% and Wholesale increased 6%. By region,

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