NEW YORK -- If joining a startup dot-com grocery delivery company while Webvan crashed and burned in the headlines didn't deter David McInerney, a lack of experience in the supermarket industry certainly wouldn't either. But as FreshDirect here becomes more firmly established as a major player in the New York City supermarket scene, McInerney is convinced he made the right decision. "Everyone thought I was nuts, to go from working as a high-end chef to working for a supermarket," McInerney ...
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