Earnings China leaves Tiffany black and blue Add to ... Reuters Published Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 6:44AM EST Last updated Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 7:22AM EST Strike three for Tiffany after the luxury retailer cut its sales and profit forecast for the third quarter in a row. Bobbi Rebell reports. Watch More Video: Auto parts maker Magna raises 2016 sales forecast Insurers brace for claims as Alberta wildfire rages British tabloid closes after two months Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Scotia McLeod's Greg Newman Protesters target Reckitt Benckiser meeting over humidifier sterilizer deaths Data don't support fears of a global recession, BMO says Intact braces for losses amid Fort McMurray wildfire Fort McMurray fire: Navigating the insurance process ECB to stop issuing 500-euro note Massive e-mail hack hits millions Meet China's most stubborn tenants Apple loses China fight over iPhone name Alberta oil sands faces production challenges with 'pressured' work force Fort McMurray wildfire: The economic impact Aéropostale heading for Chapter 11 How the Fort McMurray fires could disrupt the oil industry Adidas bets on summer of sport to score goals Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Davis Rea's John O'Connell Asia tries out second-hand luxury retail Old risk, new reward for European firms TIF-NTiffany & CoLatest Price$70.02-0.45(-0.64%)Updated May 5 4:02 PM EDT. Delayed by at least 15 minutes. Comments AA More Related to this Story Asia Video: Asia next week: Australia's growth set to sputter Economy Video: Bank of Japan at a turning point?