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Maintained Balance Sheet Strength and Liquidity with $2.4 Billion in Cash and Investments and Continued Expense Reductions and Inventory Discipline Second Quarter Revenues Were $1.2 Billion Reflecting Continued Recovery from COVID-19-Related Impacts, Led by Chinese Mainland Returning to Pre-COVID
Strengthened Balance Sheet and Liquidity with Over $2.7 Billion in Cash & Investments and Continued Expense Reduction Actions First Quarter Revenues Were $487 Million Reflecting Adverse Impact from COVID-19 Ralph Lauren Digital Comp Sales Accelerated to 13% Growth, with Digital Operating Margin
Strengthened Balance Sheet and Near-Term Liquidity with over $2 Billion in Cash & Investments and Key Expense Reduction Actions Solid Underlying Progress on the Company’s Next Great Chapter Plan in the Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2020, Excluding COVID-19 and Hong Kong-Related Business Disruptions
Third Quarter Revenues Grew 1% to $1.8 Billion on a Reported Basis and 2% in Constant Currency Earnings Per Diluted Share Increased Triple-Digits on a Reported Basis and Double-Digits on an Adjusted Basis Operating Income Increased 16% on a Reported Basis and 3% on an Adjusted Basis with Operating
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