NEW YORK — During its nine-minute annual shareholders’ meeting Wednesday, Peter Boneparth, president and chief executive officer of the Jones Apparel Group, said irrespective of the outcome of the Ralph Lauren dispute, “we’re always evaluating licensing opportunities.”
He told about 30 shareholders and executives at the meeting here at Bear, Stearns & Co. that he’s not prepared to talk about any of them at this moment. “We are evaluating a number of opportunities,” he said, in response to a shareholder’s question about the Ralph Lauren situation.
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