Ralph Lauren Corp. has agreed to issue a report on its environmental and social practices next year in response to pressure from the trustee of New York State’s pension fund.
Thomas DiNapoli, the state’s comptroller, had submitted a shareholder resolution requiring such an account but withdrew the measure after the New York-based company agreed to issue a sustainability report when it files its next annual report. The company’s most recent report, covering the fiscal year ended March 30, was filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission last Thursday.
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