SEATTLE -- The home-meal replacement market is likely to heat up in cyberspace thanks to a deal that mates a restaurant- ordering service called Cybermeals with leading on-line service provider America Online. In a four-year marketing and promotional agreement, Cybermeals, based here, will have exclusive rights to gather restaurant orders for takeout and delivery meals on AOL's heavily used networks. Dulles, Va.-based AOL in return is guaranteed $20 million and a piece of additional ...

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