USA: Webvan - maybe the beginning of the end - COMMENT
Webvan has pulled out of Atlanta and Sacramento. The troubled Internet grocer, which once pledged to set up a string of mammoth warehouses across the US, revolutionizing the way we shop, is now fighting for its survival. Its accountants recently admitted it may not have enough cash to survive the year. Even tough decisions like closure of its showpiece Atlanta operations may not save Webvan.
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