News of Note—Arris, CBS, Cheddar, CommScope, Discovery and Reddit

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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Arris shareholders have voted to approve the company's acquisition by CommScope. Release

> CBS has approved a quarterly dividend on the company's stock of 18 cents per share. Release

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> Cheddar and Reddit are launching the pilot episode of “ChedChats With,” a new program that brings Reddit’s Ask Me Anything Q&A series to video. Release

> Discovery CTO John Honeycutt is leaving to join Google Cloud. Variety article

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