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Re: Trick or Treat at Webvan HQ
Posted by: Keith Regan 2001-11-01 15:24:51
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It's been three months since Webvan delivered its last
order. But still the dead dot-com keeps haunting
e-commerce, even as its casket is lowered into the ground.
The latest chapter in the Webvan haunting is the two-day
going, going, gone auction of what's left of its headquarters.
Even though it's been broken up into tiny pieces, what used
to be Webvan is still giving e-commerce a black eye.


Re: Trick or Treat at Webvan HQ
Posted by: Suzanne 2001-11-10 21:19:46 In reply to: Keith Regan
Tell Your Story about Webvan

We are a group of MBA students at the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, and are working on developing a case study of Webvan.

Thus, we are interested in gathering as many different perspectives on the story of Webvan as possible. We have set up a website to survey former Webvan employees, investors, customers and clients to gain their perspectives.

You can visit this survey by going to:
http://echo.gmu.edu/surveys/contribute.php?survey=webvan.

Thank you so much in advance!

Suzanne Lorenzen

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