Amazon.com, Seattle, said last week it would begin offering one-hour delivery service for certain book, music and toy orders as part of a deal with Kozmo.com, the New York-based delivery service. Amazon also said it has invested $60 million in Kozmo, which offers one-hour delivery of entertainment and convenience items. in a promotion this summer offering home delivery of meals along with movies or video games from Blockbuster Video. Blockbuster, Dallas, is an investor in Food.com and has ...

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