USA: Webvan founder Louis Borders resigns from Board over difference of vision
Beleaguered online grocer Webvan has been dealt another blow with the resignation of founder Louis Borders from the company's board. The move follows Borders' resignation as chairman last October, when he handed over the day to day running of the company to senior management. Borders, who remains Webvan's largest shareholder, said at that time he would maintain his close involvement in the company via his position on the board.
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