NEW YORK — Digesting its $585.6 million deal to buy Nautica Enterprises and lower second-quarter earnings, VF Corp. hasn’t lost its appetite for acquisitions.
Having probed the lifestyle niche with Nautica, VF is looking to play in the outdoors again. “We are still looking at acquisitions in the outdoor category,” Mackey McDonald, chairman and chief executive officer of VF, told Wall Street Tuesday in a conference call to discuss VF’s second-quarter earnings, which fell 15.7 percent but landed 8 cents above consensus estimates.
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