Traffic passes the Polo Ralph Lauren store on Fifth Avenue on April 4, 2017, in New York. Ralph Lauren Corp. said that it is shuttering the high-profile store less than three years after opening it. The closure is part of the company’s plan to save $140 million annually. The company said it will close other stores, cut jobs and shut some corporate offices.
Traffic passes the Polo Ralph Lauren store on Fifth Avenue on April 4, 2017, in New York. Ralph Lauren Corp. said that it is shuttering the high-profile store less than three years after opening it. The closure is part of the company’s plan to save $140 million annually. The company said it will close other stores, cut jobs and shut some corporate offices. Mark Lennihan AP
Traffic passes the Polo Ralph Lauren store on Fifth Avenue on April 4, 2017, in New York. Ralph Lauren Corp. said that it is shuttering the high-profile store less than three years after opening it. The closure is part of the company’s plan to save $140 million annually. The company said it will close other stores, cut jobs and shut some corporate offices. Mark Lennihan AP

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