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: Money Monitor: A look at digital currencies beyond bitcoin How oil sands technology has changed in 50 years Uber CEO and co-founder Kalanick quits China gets green light for MSCI Emerging Markets Index Chinese suppliers race to order U.S. beef Boeing to test self-flying planes Amazon enters grocery wars with Whole Foods deal Anbang says chairman has stepped aside, after report of arrest Uber director resigns following comment about women Carrick Talks Money: The unforgivable money mistake Canadians make Uber board adopts all recommendations from investigation Opinion: Alberta should be more like Mexico and hedge on oil Money Monitor: Choosing between bonds and GICs Canadian business should lead the trade debate with U.S. New Ikea Canada boss from U.K. adjusting to homes with basements Video: ETFs aren't just for passive investors anymore 'HomePod' speaker, new iMacs debut at Apple Expo Carrick Talks Money: Why millennials buying homes is a worry Video: ‘No concessions planned’ on Trans Mountain: Kinder Morgan Softwood aid package ‘prudent’: Natural resources minister TIF-NTiffany & CoLatest Price$91.23-0.08(-0.09%)Updated June 22 2:11 PM EDT. Delayed by at least 15 minutes. Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print 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?