CNET says SEC stock options inquiry over

A Securities and Exchange Commission inquiry into stock option practices at San Francisco’s CNET Networks Inc. (CNET) has ended without any enforcement action, the company announced late Tuesday.

CNET, an interactive media company founded in 1992, produces web sites including CNET, Gamesport, ZDNet, CHOW and TechRepublica.

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