FOSTER CITY, Calif. -- Webvan Group here said last week it has chosen the next four market areas it will try to penetrate: Chicago, Dallas, Seattle and Washington, D.C. Currently, the on-line grocer's service is available only in the San Francisco Bay area. As reported, the company has said it plans to begin operations in the Atlanta area next spring. Webvan said it signed leases last week to build distribution centers to serve as hubs for its operations in the four new market areas. ...

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