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What's On: Mideast Tensions, Big Oil and Pizza

Jason Gewirtz|Producer
Wednesday, 2 Feb 2011 | 8:12 AM ET

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

--Erin Burnett moves on to Saudi Arabia today. How has this kingdom been able to stay so strong as much of the rest of the Arab world faces large scale protests? We're also talking oil, still in the $90 a barrel range.

--Big earnings are on tap for Wednesday morning. On the list, Time Warner and AOL. Marathon Oil and Whirlpool also report.

--The CEO of Papa John's is also on Squawk on the Street. See how he's preparing for all those Super Bowl orders. Also, he chose not to advertise on the big game this year, see why.

--Our Street Poll asks which pizza you prefer? Share your opinion and watch the big show at 9am eastern.

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