Roughly half of Florida's homes and businesses remained without electricity on Tuesday, two days after Hurricane Irma plowed through the state. A lot of the business recovery efforts there will depend on how quickly power can be restored. On her way to work Tuesday morning, Carol McDaniel, vice president of human resources for the Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, made her way through darkened neighborhoods. "It's going to be probably many more days before they can even assess and turn it back on because there's a lot of lines down in the streets with trees on them," she said. The hospital generates its own power and has its own water well, so it remained open. But McDaniel said she does not know yet how many employees' homes...
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Florida Businesses Struggle To Reopen Without Power After Irma