US: Polo Ralph Lauren lifts outlook on Q1 profit surge
By Leonie Barrie | 10 August 2011
Luxury clothing seller Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation has raised its full-year forecast after an "outstanding" first quarter that saw profit rise by more than half, helped by higher wholesale and retail sales around the world.
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