By  on July 22, 2019

Valérie Hermann’s departure as president of Ralph Lauren Global Brand was attributed by one analyst to product strategy differences.

As reported, Hermann, who confirmed late Friday afternoon that she was leaving the company, effective Sept. 30, had been responsible for Ralph Lauren, Polo Ralph Lauren, Lauren, Chaps, and Home. On Monday, Lauren’s stock closed at $107.34, down 2.7 percent. While the overall apparel/retail sector had a down day, the market overall inched into positive territory with the Dow Jones Industrial Average rising 17.70 points to close at 27,171.90.

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