Nation & World

March 30, 2014 12:00 AM

After Motorola parlays Katrina’s devastation into telecom riches, new Mississippi system lies fallow

Mississippi’s governor fought back hard from one of Hurricane Katrina’s more exasperating blows – a knockout punch to emergency radio systems that forced rescue workers along parts of the Gulf Coast to communicate with hand-carried notes.

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