Inside Burberry’s restructuring plan

Burberry, in the midst of a massive restructuring, has yet to reap financial benefits from its efforts to right the ship.

On Wednesday, the British fashion house posted another dismal earnings result, this time for its half-year report. Overall revenue slipped another 4 percent to $1.4 billion, while adjusted profits slipped 24 percent to $181 million during the six-month period ending on September 30.

It’s the continuation of a downward trend: Burberry reported its first half trading update on October 18, and revenue was down 4 percent over last year, to $1.4 billion. In 2015, revenue fell 8 percent.

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