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February 16, 2005|From Associated Press

The Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday began moving to suspend or terminate the right to issue stock against nine small companies, including a health website named for former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, because they failed to file financial reports on time.

The company operating the site named for Koop, DrKoop.com Inc., was once worth more than $1 billion but collapsed a few years after going public.

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