By  on June 14, 2010

Ralph Lauren, the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Polo Ralph Lauren Corp., is set to give up about a quarter of his Class B voting shares in his company in a secondary public offering that could net him nearly $900 million yet reduce his control of the firm’s voting stock by just 1.6 percent — to about 93.5 percent from 95.1 percent.


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