LONDON — It was poor news all around for Compagnie Financière Richemont AG on Thursday — and executive chairman Johann Rupert is taking his share of the blame.

In the fiscal year ending March 31, Richemont’s net profit plummeted 22.3 percent to $758 million from $975 million stemming from a combination of falling sales, a rising euro, losses in the Alfred Dunhill and Lancel divisions, restructuring and investment costs.

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