USA: Webvan trucks line up reminder of dot com boom and bust
USA: Webvan truck line up reminder of dot com boom and bust More than 100 Webvan trucks are still parked up in Grantville, Georgia, awaiting buyers. Lined up in the red clay off the I-85, about 45 miles south of Atlanta, the trucks are a poignant reminder of the unpredictability of the dot com world. Once delivering premium groceries to the affluent sections of Atlanta, Webvan nose-dived, ran out of funds and filed for bankruptcy last summer. Equipment and warehouses worth hundreds of millions of dollars now lie unused.
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