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BNET was an online magazine dedicated to issues of business management.
It was owned by
CBS Interactive and was a part of its business portfolio alongside ZDNet, TechRepublic, SmartPlanet before it was folded into CBS MoneyWatch, a sister personal finance site that was launched on April 6, 2009.
BNET site registration allowed users to receive several e-newsletters, download certain whitepapers, and post comments on their site. BNET was one of the top 10 business media sites on the Internet, according to comScore's rankings.
"CNET Networks rolls out BNET, Web site targeting business managers," B to B, March 1, 2007 Terrence Russell,
"CNet Buys FindArticles From a Similarly Regrouping LookSmart," Wired Blog Network, November 8, 2007 comScore Media Metrix
"Yahoo! Finance Ranks as Top Financial News & Research Site in the U.S. with More than 18 Million Visitors in May, According to comScore" comScore PR, July 9, 2008