VF Corp delivered fourth quarter earnings that were a disappointment to investors. Double digit revenue growth from North Face and Vans brands were not enough to satisfy the market which sold the stock off in early trading. VF Corp missed earnings estimates and guided higher for 2014, but the forecast was again lower than what analysts had expected. VF Corp has begun to shift its focus to the outdoor and active lifestyle crowd as it adds brands like Timberland and Smartwool. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt reports from Wall Street.

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