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Centre national d'Etudes des Telecommunications. The French national telecommunications research centre at Lannion.
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Under the terms of the agreement, CBS will make a cash tender offer for all issued and outstanding shares of CNET Networks for $11.
leaders, CNET plans to deepen its ties with C-level and IT executive audiences and establish entry points into financial, political and technology start-up audiences, according to Shelby Bonnie, chairman of CNET Networks.
CNET Networks said that now that JANA has made public its proposed strategies, they will be carefully reviewed.
Since 2007, CNET Networks has made significant strategic, financial, personnel and operational progress.
The CNET Networks Technology Channel includes combines exclusively created broadband editorial coverage from CNET Networks with the company's popular video-based news, opinion leader interviews and product reviews.
A live audio webcast of the presentation will be available from the Investor Relations section of the CNET Networks website at http://ir.
CNET Networks has sites in 25 countries around the world under the CNET.
CNET Networks is the 9th largest Internet network in the world and an industry pioneer.
New Distribution Model Makes It Easy for CNET Networks to Share Content With Publishers
Webshots, a leading photo-sharing property, was purchased by CNET Networks in August 2004.