P.M. Edition for Sept. 19. More than a million people are without electricity in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona hit the island. The outage is focusing attention on Luma Energy, a private company that took over power operations last year and pledged to make the island's grid more resilient. WSJ Pro Bankruptcy's Andrew Scurria joins host Daniella Cheslow to discuss what the storm says about the limits of Luma's power.
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