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|Division of:||CBS Interactive|
|Key people:||Eric Schurenberg|
|Headquarters:||San Francisco, California, United States|
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 financial news & research sites on the Internet from May 2007 to May 2008, according to comScore's rankings. In 2012, BNET was merged into CBS MoneyWatch.com.
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