As the US grapples with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the question of what to do with the billions of dollars of property and business lost in the storm has taken center stage.
The federal government estimates that more than 1.5 million people will be displaced by the storm, including more than 900,000 in New York.
Some businesses are looking to find ways to recover from the devastation, but others are wary of taking a direct hit.
In a bid to better understand how businesses can get back to business, Fortune spoke with experts about the most important challenges businesses can face, and how they can make it work in the wake of the storm.
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