Port-au-Prince's slow reconstruction frustrates and enriches Haitians alike

Ten months after the earthquake, Port-au-Prince still shows signs of the devastation that killed 250,000 people. Buildings remain in ruins, debris is still in the streets and businesses are re-opening a few at a time. While some people are finding ways to make money out of the reconstruction effort, most Haitians are desperate just for life to get back to normal.