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What's On: Cisco, Taleo, NYSE Euronext and Satellites

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

--We are breaking down the initial jobless claims numbers. Will it be another disappointment on the American jobs front?

--We also have six CEOs on the show:

  • We're getting Cisco Systems’ Q2 earnings breakdown, straight from the top with Chairman and CEO John Chambers.
  • Group 1 Automotive, the seller of automotive products and services reports earnings before the bell. Will the results drive up the charts?
  • Taleo, the software company for talent management and Alcatel-Lucent, service provider that delivers voice, data and video communications also report earnings.
  • And who doesn’t like some Captain Morgan? Diageo reports before the bell, the CEO is with us.

We will hear the results and outlooks from all the CEOs first.

--Also Thursday morning, is big brother watching? Analysts are using satellite imagery to track who is shopping at places like McDonald's and Wal-Mart. Does it work? We’ll have two analysts using it... we'll see hard proof of whether its working or not - and see how it could help you.

--Plus, NYSE Euronext, Deutsche Boerse merger announcement, what does it mean for the future of the U.S. exchange? We’ll chat with the Chi-X Europe CEO, Alasdair Haynes.

The Street Poll asks if Congress will fan the flames and over-scrutinize the possible deal? Share your opinion, and watch Squawk on the Street starting at 9am live from the New York Stock Exchange

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