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What's On: Apple's New Product Launch, Auto Sales

Wednesday, 1 Sep 2010 | 8:25 AM ET

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

--Apple. You know them. They make the i-pad, i-phone ... but what's next? We're going to find out today. This stock does move on announcements like this, so we're following it closely.

--We're also looking at the companies battling for your living room. ABC, CBS and NBCare already there. Can Amazon, Google, Netflix and Apple really make in-roads?

--Plus GM releasing August auto sales this morning along with the other automakers. We're watching Ford, Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Harley Davidson .

--There's a brand new way to look at the real estate market. We have the exclusive report this morning. And we're debating whether CEOs still make too much money. We want to hear for you on this one.

--We're also watching Hurricane Earl. This is a big storm and despite the fact it won't hit the energy infrastructure in the Gulf of Mexico, energy traders are still paying very close attention. We'll show you why it's so critical to the industry.

Please watch Squawk on the Street at 9 a.m. ET this morning. And bring your friends.

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