FOSTER CITY, Calif. -- Internet grocery service Webvan Group here said it will step up its rollout into new markets from 11 to 15 cities and broaden its merchandise offerings to include more nongrocery items by the end of 2001. D.C. The company, which currently sells only in the San Francisco area, will expand to five cities by the end of this year, starting with Atlanta in May, and add nine cities in 2001. The news came as Webvan reported sales of $9.1 million for its fiscal fourth ...

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