April 17 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1945 GMT on Wednesday:

** The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is preparing to sue to block Coach parent Tapestry's $8.5 billion deal to buy Michael Kors owner Capri CPRI.N, NYT Dealbook reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.

** Vanda Pharmaceuticals rejected a takeover proposal from Future Pak and adopted a shareholder rights plan to reduce the likelihood of a hostile takeover.

** Aurubis, Europe's largest copper producer, plans to eschew large acquisitions and instead build a network of recycling facilities across the globe as part of its focus on organic growth, its CEO said.

** Zuora, which makes subscription management software for businesses, is exploring options that include a sale after receiving acquisition interest from potential suitors, according to people familiar with the matter.

** Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky is working on improving an offer for the owner of Britain's Royal Mail, a source with knowledge of the plans said on Wednesday, after his investment vehicle said it had made a non-binding bid this month which was rejected.

** Abu Dhabi's TAQA is in talks with the three largest shareholders of Spanish energy firm Naturgy with a view to a possible takeover bid, it said.

** Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank is in talks to buy a minority stake valued at around $1.1 billion in Indonesia's top Islamic lender, Bank Syariah Indonesia, two sources told Reuters, with an aim to tap into a fast-growing market in Southeast Asia.

** French infrastructure group Vinci said that its airports subsidiary has signed an agreement to buy a 50.01% stake in Edinburgh Airport for 1.27 billion pounds ($1.58 billion).

** Indian billionaire Gautam Adani's family raised its stake in Ambuja Cements to 70.3% from 66.7% with a 83.39 billion rupees ($996.7 million) investment, in a move to help the cement maker boost its production capacity. (Compiled by Pratyush Thakur and Priyanka.G in Bengaluru)