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According to the Wall Street Journal, Campbell Soup (NYSE:CPB) may take the acquisitions route for expanding its baking and snacking businesses internationally, though according to CEO Denise Morrison, the company is still drawing up its strategy in this regard.

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Furniture manufacturer MyHaven has sued Costco (NASDAQ:COST) for trademark infringement after the latter allegedly sold products that copied features fromMyHaven’s designs.

The Spanish government is setting up an € 18 billion fund to assist Spain’s autonomous regions such as Catalonia and Valencia. Spanish banks Santander (NYSE:SAN), BBVA (NYSE:BBVA) and La Caixa will reportedly join the effort and contribute € 1.6 billion each towards a state guaranteed loan of € 8 billion that will form part of that fund.

Carlyle Group (NYSE:CG), a long-time investor in Brazil, enhances its presence with a purchase of 60% of Brazil’s Tok&Stok, a furniture retailer. Financial details were not disclosed

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