NEW YORK — Age was an issue at Polo Ralph Lauren Corp.’s annual meeting here Thursday.
A day after reporting stellar first-quarter results, the company conducted its 11th annual meeting at the St. Regis Hotel, with chairman and chief executive officer Ralph Lauren striving to make his presentation anything but formulaic while having his patience tested by some of the usual shareholders.
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