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Two sites change names, secure financing

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Cybermeals, San Francisco, an online restaurant takeout and delivery service, has changed its named to Food.com. It also announced it's secured $25 million in new funding, which will go toward creating what it calls an Internet Dining Network. Key investors include Tribune Ventures and Accel Partners. Food.com will use the funding to support a newspaper, radio, TV and outdoor board campaign.

Another site, eNiche, Cambridge, Mass., has changed its name to Exchange.com. The site for hard-to-find collectible items such as books and music also announced March 22 it's acquired Bibliofind, a rare and antique book Web site, and closed a $10 million second round of financing from Polaris Venture Partners, Accel Partners and Washington Post Co.

Copyright March 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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