(Premarket story updated with JetBlue news and share price information.)
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- JetBlue (JBLU) - Get Report announced it will waive flight change fees for its customers traveling into and out of most of the major cities on the East Coast between Saturday, Dec. 25 and Monday, Dec. 27. Customers will be able to rebook through Friday, Jan. 14.

JetBlue shares rose 0.28%, or 2 cents, to $6.60.

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Delta

(DAL) - Get Report

has delayed and canceled about 850 flights nationwide after a snowstorm hit the Northeastern region of the country. The inclement weather has impacted Delta flights to, from and through Boston, New York, Newark, N.J., Washington, and Baltimore.

Delta shares fell 1.61%, or 20 cents, to close at $12.23 on Thursday.

Chipotle Mexican Grill

(CMG) - Get Report

shares may fall 20% or more if the fast-food chain does not meet "aggressive" 2011 earnings expectations,

Barron's

reports.

Chipotle shares fell 1.44%, or $3.29, to $225 in premarket trading Monday.

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American Airlines

on Monday canceled 171 flights in and out of major airports from Washington through Boston, following more than 262 flight cancellations on Sunday, an airline spokeswoman told

CNN

.

Shares of American Airlines parent company

AMR

(AMR)

were down 1.03%, or 8 cents, to $7.70 in premarket trading Monday.

US Airways

(LCC)

will waive change fees for its customers until 12 P.M. on Monday after the blizzard caused the airline to cancel and delay a number of flights in and out of major airports along the East Coast.

Shares of US Airways rose 0.4%, or 4 cents, to $9.95 in premarket trading Monday.

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Tiffany

(TIF) - Get Report

was expected to see strong sales during the holiday shopping season after the National Retail Federation reported the number of shoppers who purchased jewelry over the Black Friday weekend rose to $14.3% this year from 11.7% in 2009.

Tiffany was down 0.26%, or 17 cents, to $64.07 in premarket trading.

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Capstone Investments initiated coverage of

Tesla Motors

(TSLA) - Get Report

on Thursday with a sell rating and a $22 price target. On Monday, the 180-day lock up period for Tesla ends, allowing insiders to sell shares on the open market.

Shares of the electric car company were down 4.29%, or $1.29, to $28.80 in premarket trading.

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