NEW YORK -- Internet delivery service Kozmo.com here has trimmed staff, delayed a public offering and is looking into a partnership with a rival, according to recent company and news reports. The moves illustrate the difficulty facing money-losing dot-coms in the wake of April's market shakeout, according to analysts. Kozmo, an on-line service offering one-hour delivery of snack foods, prepared foods, entertainment and convenience items in 11 cities, had filed for an initial public ...

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