The Verge’s Mia Sato delivers a scoop on layoffs at CNET (perhaps 10% of staff) and Connie Guglielmo‘s move from EIC to editor-at-large and senior VP of AI content strategy. (Coincidentally, Digiday today ran this story on the rise of the “chief AI officer” — sub required.)

CNET is owned by Red Ventures, which calls itself a media company, but it’s more like a shell company owned by multiple private-equity firms.¬†CNET and ZDNet editors never unionized, which now they probably regret.

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