NEW YORK -- Urban Fetch, the "instant gratification" Internet site that sold food, videos and other convenience items over the Internet for same-day delivery, is getting out of the retailing business, a victim of what the company called "present market realities." Urban Fetch, a private company with operations here and in London, said it will instead focus on its business-to-business Urban Fetch Express courier service. Its Internet site last week was advertising a "farewell sale" with ...

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