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What's On: Cairo, Jobs and Pro Athletes Gone Bust

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

--One of Egypt's wealthiest men on why the pictures you're seeing on TV from Cairo, aren't the real story. He has a very different perspective, an important perspective, and we'll hear from him at 9am.

--We also have the jobs report and full investor reaction. That means a special focus on the big caps like Bank of America, Citigroup, General Electric and Caterpillar.

--Our Street Poll asks if you think you could get a new job if you had to or wanted to within a reasonable amount of time. Share your opinion.

--Plus the big story that has the dotcom universe asking a lot of questions: We're out of IP addresses. The man in charge of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is our guest to tell us how he's going to solve the problem.

--And two former sports stars tell us why so many pro athletes have to file for bankruptcy. We have former NBA star Jamal Mashburn and former New York Giant George Martin. It all starts at 9am eastern on the dot.

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