Ralph Lauren Corporation (RL)

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109.09+1.05 (+0.97%)
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Prev Close108.04
Bid87.00 x 100
Ask109.14 x 400
Day's Range108.22 - 109.85
52wk Range82.15 - 137.38
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap8.97B
P/E Ratio (ttm)29.81
Avg Vol (3m)1,299,623
Dividend & Yield2.00 (1.85%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • Ryan Lochte has no sponsors left
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    Daniel Roberts2 days ago

    Ryan Lochte has no sponsors left

    When the week began, American swimmer Ryan Lochte still had four active sponsors that pay to endorse him. While specific details of what really happened are still emerging, video footage shows that Lochte (who has acknowledged he was intoxicated at the time) tore down a sign over a gas station in Rio and urinated on a wall. Lochte conducted an interview with NBC’s Matt Lauer over the weekend in which he apologized, appeared to cry, and said he “over-exaggerated” what took place.

  • American City Business Journals19 hours ago

    Ralph Lauren, others drop Ryan Lochte, as robbery tale may cost him millions

    New York-based Ralph Lauren Corp. has cut its business partnership with Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte following the controversy over a story he told about being robbed at gunpoint in Rio, which turned out not to be true. Speedo USA, which is based in Los Angeles and is licensed by New York-based PVH Corp. (PVH). A spokesperson for Ralph Lauren (RL) said Monday that Lochte’s endorsement agreement with the clothing company was only for the 2016 Olympics, and that his contract would not be renewed going forward.

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