People shop in a candle-lit deli in New York's Tribeca neighborhood, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012. In lower Manhattan, some stores are open even though their power is still out. Others are busing essential employees to work. Days after superstorm Sandy hit, businesses both big and small are facing a tough choice, to reopen or stay closed.(AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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People shop in a candle-lit deli in New York's Tribeca neighborhood,  Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012.  In lower Manhattan, some stores are open even though their power is still out. Others are busing essential employees to work. Days after superstorm Sandy hit, businesses both big and small are facing a tough choice,  to reopen or stay closed.(AP Photo/Richard Drew)
People shop in a candle-lit deli in New York's Tribeca neighborhood, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012. In lower Manhattan, some stores are open even though their power is still out. Others are busing essential employees to work. Days after superstorm Sandy hit, businesses both big and small are facing a tough choice, to reopen or stay closed.(AP Photo/Richard Drew)
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