Webvan Group, Foster City, Calif., said it has aggressive strategies that will make the company profitable in 2002. Despite the wave of "dot bomb" e-tailers that folded shop recently, George Shaheen, Webvan's chairman and chief executive officer, said, "Don't bet against us!" last week at the Credit Suisse First Boston Food & Drug Retailing Conference in New York. Shaheen presented aggressive strategies to put the on-line grocer in the black next year, including its continued focus on ...

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