After canceling more than 19,500 flights because of Superstorm Sandy, the nation's airlines have turned their focus to rebooking passengers on new flights, even as key East Coast airports continued to clear floodwaters, the Los Angeles Times reports. Glimpses of the storm’s impact on business are emerging, as airlines and hotels reported lost revenue, while builders of infrastructure like power lines said repair work could boost their bottom lines, the Wall Street Journal reports.
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