FEMA is racing toward its Saturday goal of moving all Katrina evacuees out of temporary housing. Which means some are winding up in hotels, which isn't cheap. Marketplace's Dan Grech reports.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is not afraid to vent his spleen. Back in May, he took aim at Blockbuster — and wound up on the board of directors. Today he put Time Warner in his sights. Dan Grech reports.
Waveland is — was — a small town on the Mississippi coast. Almost the only building left standing after Katrina was the Coast Inn and Suites. Dan Grech goes back for another visit.
In Mississippi, Governor Haley Barbour said today he'll sign a bill that will let casinos rebuild. This time around, on solid ground. From the Mississippi coast, Marketplace's Dan Grech reports.
Entergy, the power company, suffered more than a billion dollars in damage to plants and equipment in the recent hurricanes. Dan Grech reports on how far the company has gone to get its employees back to work.
Energy company Entergy has declared bankruptcy for its New Orleans subsidiary, but that doesn't mean it's not getting back to work. Marketplace's Dan Grech reports.
Much of the spotlight over the last few days has been on New Orleans. But Dan Grech has spent the last few days in southern Alabama, where he met a woman in tears.
If you haven't dipped your toe in the real estate waters lately, the temperature's still rising. Some Americans are heading south for some action. As far, Dan Grech reports, as Costa Rica. From our Americas Desk at WLRN, Dan Grech reports.