The New York Times > Technology > Another Indignity for 2 Failed Ghosts of Dot-Com Era: "They were once among the Internet highflyers, but investors have not heard much lately from DrKoop.com and the Webvan Group. Neither has the Securities and Exchange Commission, which suspended trading in the two stocks Wednesday, because the companies are late with their quarterly filings. Nearly three years late, as it turns out.
The agency has had no communication from DrKoop since December 2001, or from Webvan since February 2002. That might be because both companies ceased operations in 2001, and there is evidently no one left to fill out the requisite paperwork."