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JetBlue is planning to offer more flights to Europe. The low-cost airline says it is converting some of its Airbus orders to long-range jets that can make the trip across the Atlantic. The airline's first flights from New York and Boston to London will be available in 2021. The airline says it will explore European cities with high fares that are controlled by legacy carriers. Large airlines like United, Delta and American currently rule the trans-Atlantic market, with round-trip tickets costing around $4,000.
According to J.C. Penney, President Donald Trump's proposed China tariffs would disproportionately affect women. The retailer penned a letter to the office of the U.S. trade representative listing priority items that will be hit, including shoes and Christmas tree ornaments. J.C. Penney says the tariffs will be a burden on its core customers -- working class women -- and Macy's sent a similar letter highlighting the effects of the tariffs on new parents.
YouTube is letting users virtually try on makeup using an augmented reality feature. Users can try on a specific shade of lipstick while watching a creator or blogger talk about the product. MAC Cosmetics is the first company to launch a campaign.