BURLINGTON, Mass. -- HomeRuns.com, the company that dodged the e-commerce capital crunch earlier this year, last week debuted service in Washington, the first market it has served outside of its home base in Boston. The former Hannaford Bros. subsidiary received a $100 million investment in January. In the months since, while would-be competitors have retrenched or sold out at bargain prices to raise cash, HomeRuns was putting its well-timed investment to work, according to Alison Berglund, ...

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