Discipline is paying off for Polo Ralph Lauren Corp.
Increasing control over the distribution of its products and tight cost controls are enabling the company to buck the global economic downturn, evidenced by a 7.8 percent jump in first-quarter profits and an increase in full-year earnings guidance. The growth was driven by Polo’s own-retail operations and sales at higher profit margins.
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