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Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell:

Coca-Cola & Dr Pepper Snapple Group - Janney expanded its coverage of the non-alcoholic beverage industry with buy ratings on both soft-drink providers. In addition, Coke said it would split its North American business into two units rather than owning bottlers, as part of its strategy of returning to a franchise model.

Cott - Janney issued a neutral rating on the distributor of private-label beverages.

Adobe Systems - The maker of Photoshop and Acrobat software projected current-quarter results beneath expectations, but reported a 22 percent increase in subscribers to its Creative Cloud suite from the prior quarter.

Restoration Hardware - The home-furnishing retailer reported third-quarter comparable-store sales below estimates and said co-CEO Carlos Alberini had resigned.

Anadarko Petroleum - A U.S. bankruptcy judge ruled the energy developer might be liable for between $5 billion and $14 billion in a legal fight tied to the 2005 spinoff of Tronox.

Texas Industries - The cement company is working with Citigroup to explore options, including an acquisition, Bloomberg reported, citing three people with knowledge of the matter.

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