Under Armour is now planning to lay off a total of 600 employees, working primarily in its corporate offices around the world and representing around 9 percent of its total staff, as part of an expanded restructuring program involving pre-tax charges of between $550 million and $600 million to be booked in 2020. That’s going to be $75 million more than the amount budgeted in April. The biggest item will still be an impairment charge of $291 million related to its decision against the opening of a flagship store in New York City, which was already entered into the accounts for the first quarter. Other charges will include around $135 million for contract termination and other restructuring costs and $30 million in severance payments and other fees related to the 600 layoffs. The company still expects long-term benefits from these measures, including pre-tax savings of $40 million to $60 million in 2020.