NEW YORK — Polo Ralph Lauren’s new zero tolerance policy on merchandise returns may pay dividends in the coming years, but it took a big bite out of first-quarter earnings.

The New York-based designer firm on Wednesday posted a 79.2 percent drop in first-quarter earnings due in part to changes in its wholesale sales strategy, but still managed to beat estimates by a penny.

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