NEW YORK — Polo Ralph Lauren Corp. believes the future is in retail — its own. While restructuring charges pushed the company’s third-quarter earnings down 6.1 percent, the firm took comfort in its best retail sales, comparable-store gains and luxury retail profits ever.

In fact, Roger Farah, president and chief operating officer, said the day is fast approaching when Polo will derive the majority of its business from retailing operations.

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