SodaStream Partners With Campbell Soup and 1 Morning Hot Stock to Track

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Hertz (NYSE:HTZ) is reported to have agreed to sell off about a dozen airport car rental locations in the US in an effort to appease anti-trust regulators concerned about its acquisition of Dollar Thrifty (NYSE:DTG). Regulators maybe seeking to avert the possibility of Hertz getting too much control over the car rental business, specifically at airports, which would be harmful for consumers.

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SodaStream (NASDAQ:SODA), a leading manufacturer and distributor of home beverage carbonation systems, has entered into a deal with Campbell Soup (NYSE:CPB) to license the latter’s V8 Splash and V8 V-Fusion for its SodaStream home beverage carbonation system, with the products becoming available during the second quarter of 2013.

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