After senior writer reporter Greg Sandoval resigned over an ethics flap relating to CNET removing Dish’s Hopper from its Best of CES awards, editor-in-chief Lindsey Turrentine issued a response on the tech site. She offered an apology to readers and acknowledged after CBS told CNET to issue an official statement, including the words, “we will no longer be reviewing products manufactured by companies with which we are in litigation with respect to such product,” she was put in a tough spot. Instead of quitting, Turrentine decided to stay with her team and stands behind it. “CNET does excellent work. Its family of writers is unbiased, focused, bright, and true.” She continued with, “Going forward, I will do everything within my power to prevent this situation from happening again.” [Source: CNET]