US: Polo Ralph Lauren Q2 profit falls 16% on acquisition costs
By just-style.com | 7 November 2007
Despite an 11% rise in second quarter sales, clothing and accessories dsigner Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation today (7 November) posted a 16% decline in second quarter profit as operating expenses at newly acquired businesses and start-up costs of new products launching later this year took their toll.
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