Red Ventures

Red Ventures
Last activity: 06.06.2024
We’re in the business of helping people discover information and make life's most important decisions - about their homes, health, finances, education, travel, and entertainment.

Over the last twenty years, RV has grown its portfolio of trusted brands and businesses to help millions of people make life’s most important decisions. We simplify online experiences through premium content, consumer marketplaces and advice, strategic partnerships, AI-driven digital marketing, and world class intelligence/analytics.

Our global brands include CNET, Healthline, Bankrate, The Points Guy, Lonely Planet, NextAdvisor, Uswitch, and others.

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Location: United States, South Carolina, Fort Mill
Employees: 1001-5000
Phone:+1 704-971-2300
Founded date: 2000

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06.06.2024Are We at Peak CO2 Emissions?News emerged last week that the world might have turned a corner in the effort to preserve a livable planet. A peak in carbon dioxide emissions could mark a pivotal shift in the climate battle. It’s important for journalists to convey the i...
29.04.2024North Carolina's rich list includes Jim Goodnight and Tim Sweeney againfigcaption>span]:font-sans"> James Goodnight, co-founder and CEO of the Cary data analytics firm SAS, remains North Carolina's wealthiest resident, according to Forbes' recently released list of the world's billionaires. The big ...
02.04.2024Charlotte museum named for famed Captain Sully opens June 1The Sullenberger Aviation Museum, formerly the Carolinas Aviation Museum, will open on June 1. Why it matters: Capt. C.B. "Sully" Sullenberger landed Charlotte-bound US Airways Flight 1549 safely in the Hudson River on Jan. 15, 20...
05.03.2024Wikipedia Wisely Downgrades CNET Reliability Score After Lazy AI Screw UpsWe’ve noted repeatedly how early attempts to integrate “AI” into journalism have proven to be a comical mess, resulting in no shortage of shoddy product, dangerous falsehoods, and plagiarism. It’s thanks in large part to the incompetent exe...
16.01.2024Scoop: Red Ventures explores sale of CNETRed Ventures, the digital media and marketing juggernaut based in Fort Mill, South Carolina, has approached strategic buyers about offloading tech news and reviews site CNET, five sources familiar with the effort told Axios. Why it matters:...
03.03.2023CNET is laying off 10% of its staff, weeks after reports of it using AI to write articles — but it says the 2 things aren't linkedCNET is laying off roughly 10% of staff including several long-time employees, The Verge reported. The news come just weeks after the company was found to be using AI to generate articles. Advertisement Tech news site CNET is laying off aro...
21.02.2023Allconnect Launches Chameleon, White-label Digital Application for Home ServicesAllconnect, the leading comparison marketplace platform that simplifies connecting home services, announces the launch of Chameleon, a digital white-label application that enables any website to generate incremental revenue by offering a ch...
30.04.2021RVU Announces Closing Acquisition of Penguin Portals, Owners of, Rastreator and
08.04.2021RV Health Acquires from Mercury Healthcare – M&AWhat You Should Know: – RV Health, a Red Ventures business, has acquired from Mercury Healthcare, the new brand for the separate enterprise-wide technology and data platform for health systems formerly known as Healthgrades...
14.09.2020ViacomCBS Sells CNET for $500 MillionViacomCBS has sold legendary tech news site CNET to South Carolina based Red Ventures LLC. The company announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire CNET Media Group from ViacomCBS for $500 million. Red Ventures...
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