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What's On: 3Par, More Stimulus, Stadium of the Future

Monday, 23 Aug 2010 | 7:55 AM ET

Here's what's up on Monday's Squawk on the Street:

-- Bank of America. This stock has really taken — a beating lately, down 25 percent in the last year and down 18 percent in the last month. Best Buy is down 21 percent in the last month. Is it time to start finding some value in these stocks? Between 9 and 11 a.m. ET, we'll hear from value pickers.

-- Potash has now officially rejected BPS's (BHP) bid for the company. See who Potash is interested in teaming up with.

-- Also this morning, gold or tech stocks? Where are you better off putting your money between now and the end of the year?

-- And another deal in the works. Hewlett-Packard trying to outbid Dell for 3Par. We'll have full details on of all that.

-- Plus, should the next stimulus package, if there is one, focus completely on education? That's our Street Poll this morning.

-- And an inside, exclusive look at the new Meadowlands Stadium, home of the Jets and the Giants. See what the stadium of the future will look like, today.

It all starts at 9am eastern this morning on Squawk on the Street, live from the New York Stock Exchange.

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NASDAQ
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BAC
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BBBY
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BHP
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4331
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HPQ
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PAR
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POT
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AAPL
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