Wall Street turned to Bordeaux, sushi and faxes as Hurricane Sandy wreaked the most havoc in the history of the citys transit system and closed stock markets on consecutive days for the first time for weather since 1888.
I had to go to the wine cellar and find a good bottle of wine and drink it before it goes bad, Murry Stegelmann, 50, a founder of investment-management firm Kilimanjaro Advisors LLC, wrote in an e-mail after he lost power at 6 p.m. on Oct. 29 in Darien, Connecticut.
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