EDINA, Minn. -- Byerly's here, which launched home shopping and delivery services this month, will expand the program's scope next month when it begins distributing software on diskette. ke the software available to shoppers who do not have Internet access; telephone and fax orders are also accepted. Dale Riley, president and chief operating officer, told SN the first week's orders exceeded sales projections, but declined to provide specifics. He did say, however, that computer-generated ...

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