A couple of recent items (here and here) have noted Clinton-related business activities having to do with Haiti. So it's worth mentioning, too, that a business that Jeb Bush was involved with also saw opportunity there. From a Tampa Bay Times account that is highly critical of Governor Bush's involvement with a company called InnoVida whose CEO wound up "pleading guilty in 2013 to three conspiracy offenses involving wire fraud and money laundering":
The company did land some high-profile business, including a $10 million loan pledge from a U.S. government agency to build low-cost housing in Haiti and partnering with Royal Caribbean to build a school on land the cruise company controlled on the earthquake-battered island. But bankruptcy court records show that Osorio used federal money to pay back some of his early investors, not for the Haiti housing project.