Publix Super Markets, Lakeland, Fla., said it will form a separate subsidiary to develop an Internet shopping and delivery service. Publix is "moving forward quickly" to establish the company but does not anticipate launching the service any time before 2001, spokeswoman Jennifer Bush told SN. In November, Publix named Tom O'Connor senior vice president of e-commerce, Bush said. O'Connor and a small team of Publix associates have been studying e-commerce strategies since then. st $920 ...

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