STREAMLINE.COM, Westwood, Mass., last week was de-listed from the Nasdaq stock exchange. The company, which recently shut down operations, said Nasdaq's staff had concerns regarding the residual equity interest of the existing stockholders and with Steamline's ability to maintain compliance with exchange rules. Streamline said it would not seek listing on any other exchange. on engine, allowing companies to conduct business on-line more effectively. WEBVAN, Foster City, Calif., said heavy ...

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