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drkoop buys drDrew to reach teen market

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drkoop buys drDrew to reach teen marketdrkoop.com has bought drDrew.com, a healthcare content Web site targeting the 14- to 24-year-old market, for 1.58 million shares in common stock and $150,000 cash. Through the acquisition, which brings

drkoop buys drDrew to reach teen market

drkoop.com has bought drDrew.com, a healthcare content Web site targeting the 14- to 24-year-old market, for 1.58 million shares in common stock and $150,000 cash. Through the acquisition, which brings drkoop's user base to some two million, drkoop hopes to drive additional licensing revenue and leverage this access to the teen/young adult audience. While drDrew.com will continue to operate as a separate site, the two sites will integrate some content. The acquisition was not a risky move for the beleaguered dot-com and drkoop will continue to evaluate acquiring "undervalued properties," said Ed Cespedes, president of drkoop.

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