Hong Kong Unrest Disrupts Tiffany’s Q2 Sales
The luxury jeweler lost six selling days in its fourth-largest market during the second quarter because of pro-democracy protests.
Tiffany Beats Estimates, Comp Sales Fall 1%
The 1% gain in same-store sales in the Americas was offset by weakness in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
Tiffany Comp Sales Drop for 7th Straight Quarter
The Q2 "results underscore the challenges that newly appointed chief executive Alessandro Bogliolo will face in turning around the company."
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Sept. 16
Tiffany, Lending Club, Frontier Communications, Cynosure, Lumber Liquidators, Tower International, Prestige Brands, Amkor Technology
Tiffany’s Sparkle Dims as Q1 Sales Drop 7%
The jeweler has been hurt by the strong dollar but analysts believe the brand is also not resonating with millennial shoppers.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending May 13
Iconic, Eversource Energy, Cornerstone OnDemand, Manitowoc, Diamond Offshore Drilling, UDR, CVB Financial, Global Brass and Copper, Addus HomeCare
Tiffany Beats Q4 Estimates But Strong Dollar Bites
The luxury goods company predicts sales and earnings growth will continue to be pressured by the strength of the dollar and an uncertain economy.
Tiffany Reduces Guidance Due to Poor Holiday Sales
The luxury jeweler cut its earnings guidance for the fiscal year ended January 31, lowering adjusted earnings by about 10%.