CNN Accidentally Sends Welcome Packages To Laid-Off Employees

Summary
A week after the CNN+ streaming service collapsed in April, laid-off employees received a welcome package from the network filled with branded gifts and notes from the failed platform.
CNN Accidentally Sends Welcome Packages To Laid-Off Employees
12 days ago·New York, United States

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New York Post

CNN gave staffers CNN+ ‘gift boxes’ after firing them: report

CNN’s new parent company Warner Bros. Discovery reportedly delivered a “gut punch” to the laid-off employees as it “mistakenly” mailed out the gifts to employees that …

12 days ago·New York, United States
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The Daily Caller

CNN Accidentally Sends Welcome Packages To Laid-Off Employees

Laid-off CNN+ employees received a welcome package from the network filled with branded gifts and notes from the failed platform.

12 days ago·Washington, United States
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Business Insider

CNN accidentally sent welcome baskets to employees who had been laid off after the CNN+ streaming service flopped

"This is an incredible time to be part of CNN," said one note on a welcome basket for the shuttered CNN+ streaming service.

12 days ago·United States
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Wall Street Journal

Inside the Collapse of CNN+, the News Channel’s ‘Apollo Mission’

Hundreds of staffers were drawn to the streaming venture, which was positioned as the network’s future. The $5.99-a-month service lasted one month.

13 days ago·New York, United States
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The Daily Beast

CNN+ Accidentally Sent Welcome Baskets to Laid Off Staffers

“This is an incredible time to be part of CNN,” a note with the branded items said.

12 days ago·United States
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The Western Journal

CNN Gave Canned CNN+ Staffers 'Gift Boxes' After Mass Layoffs

Days after firing them, CNN sought to soothe over canned CNN+ staffers with patronizing "gift boxes" filled with network goodies.

13 days ago·Phoenix, United States
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