|By Arielle Kass, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution|
It will be some time, though, before the full effects are known.
Claims management company
The company closed 44 stores Tuesday because they were in areas hit by the storm, but only two
At Coca-Cola, the storm's impact was minimal. While some facilities are closed, the company is still making deliveries.
The rent-to-own furniture store
Butler said he expects
"There's no financial windfall for us," he said. "We're going to have losses."
The storm is expected to have a multi-million dollar impact on airlines.
Airlines allowed affected customers to change their travel plans without penalty and provided the option of a refund if flights were canceled due to weather.
In a report to investors,
UPS does not have to refund money paid for guaranteed delivery times, spokeswoman
UPS was not making residential deliveries to a number of ZIP codes in
Conditions also have made it tough for wireless companies including
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