News of Note—Adobe, Amobee, CBS and Netflix

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Here are the stories we’re following this morning:

> Netflix named former Facebook and Google executive Rachel Whetstone chief communications officer. Release

> CBS was hit on Monday with a shareholder class-action suit, arguing the company misled investors by failing to disclose sexual harassment allegations against chairman-CEO Leslie Moonves. Variety article

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> Adobe announced that Adobe XD is opening its platform to enable users to customize their tools with an ecosystem of community and partner-built plugins. Release

> Singtel subsidiary Amobee announced it has completed the acquisition of assets from Videology. Release

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