The market for on-line food retail stocks remains very volatile as investors try to position themselves to be part of the company whose concept ultimately becomes dominant, industry analysts told SN last week. "Everyone is looking for the next Microsoft," said Jonathan Ziegler, San Francisco-based managing director of Deutsche Bank/Alex Brown, New York. According to Gary Giblen, New York-based managing director for Banc of America Securities, San Francisco, "Every time another company goes ...

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