FOSTER CITY, Calif. -- Webvan here said George T. Shaheen has resigned from the company. Shaheen had been Webvan chief executive officer since October 1999 and chairman since February. f executive is needed to lead the company at this time, and as such it no longer makes sense for me to continue in my role and I will be leaving the company. "I am convinced, as I have been from the outset, that Webvan has a solid business model, which over time will alter retailing and the way people shop." ...

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