WEBVAN GROUP, Foster City, Calif., said it would change its delivery window to one hour in a move the company said would allow a smooth integration of HomeGrocer.com's assets and gain delivery efficiencies. Webvan previously offered a 30-minute delivery window in its San Francisco, Atlanta and Chicago markets, while HomeGrocer previously offered windows of 60 and 90 minutes in its markets. ations in the European Union to abide by the laws of all 15 member countries, reports said. Known as ...
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