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By David Meier
February 10, 2005

If you want a lesson in how to run a great products-based business, look no further than VF Corp (NYSE: VFC). Yesterday's report was the final chapter of the great story that was 2004. The stock continued its run on the news by closing up 7.5% to an all-time high of $59.09 per share. Management should be very proud of the way it executed in 2004. In today's world of Johnny-come-lately fashions, it has done an excellent job of maintaining the company's brands and adding new ones to the mix...

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