Robert W. Baird Stick to Their Buy Rating for VF Corp
VFC was launched by the founder of Veganuary in December
RBC Capital Stick to Their Buy Rating for VF Corp
New York-listed VF Corp, which owns outdoor lifestyle brands such as Vans and Timberland, will open new business centres in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
VFC intends to be “part of the movement that puts an end to factory farming for good”. The post Veganuary founder launches VFC, a new ‘vegan fried chick*n’ company appeared first on The London Economic .
On CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report," Jon Najarian said Palantir Technologies Inc (NYSE: PLTR ) is a good long-term hold. He likes the stock and he has been in it since the IPO. He has been selling calls against his long stock position. Stephanie Link sees VF Corp (NYSE: … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Apparel and fashion giant VF Corp (NYSE: VFC ) reached an agreement to acquire the iconic brand Supreme and the $2.1 billion is part of VF's multi-year long to reshape its portfolio, CEO Steve Rendle said on CNBC . Aligning With The Consumer: VF sought out an acquisition of Supreme because of the brand's strong exposure segments "where we see the market" shifting to, Rendel said. Specifically, consumers are gravitating towards brand associated with active, outdoors, and most important, streetwear. "Supreme … Full story available on Benzinga.com
On CNBC's "Trading Nation," Mark Tepper of Strategic Wealth Partners spoke about the retailers. He doesn't think people are going to start to visit malls because of the vaccine. The foot traffic was dying before COVID-19 and he doesn't think the trend is going to change. He would own brands that … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Chatter among fashion followers went into overdrive yesterday when VF Corp.—owner of brands such as Vans, The North Face, Timberland, and Dickies—announced it would acquire streetwear pioneer Supreme for $2.1 billion.
The owner of shoe brand Vans, VF Corp is to acquire streetwear apparel company Supreme for $2.1bn Read More…
REUTERS 10th November 2020 – (New York) VF Corp VFC.N said on Monday it would pay uS$2.1 billion to buy streetwear apparel company Supreme, adding another popular brand to the Vans shoe maker’s roster. VF Corp, which also houses brands such as The North Face and Timberland, said it would make an additional payment of up to …
VF Corp said on Monday it would pay US$2.1 billion to buy streetwear apparel company Supreme, adding another popular brand to the Vans shoe …
The Vans owner is purchasing popular Streetwear brand Supreme
VF Corp executive said its deal with Supreme will help bolster its e-commerce business, which has become more urgent for apparel and footwear makers due to the COVID-19 pandemic
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