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JetBlue considering headquarters move from NYC to Florida

Following the trend of many residents and companies, JetBlue is now reportedly mulling over moving its headquarters from NYC to Florida. Founded in New York almost two decades ago, the airline explained in a statement to its staffers that its current lease expires in 2023 and they are “considering how our space requirements may evolve in a hybrid work environment post-pandemic”.

If JetBlue moved its headquarters to Florida, it would be following the footsteps of Wall Street Mainstays such as Elliot Management and Icahn Enterprises. It would also mean lower taxes for the corporation and would offer a new look into hybrid work environments for major corporations that have begun to explode during Coronavirus. They plan to make a final decision on the move later this year, per their company statement.

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