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What's On: Apple, Auto Sales and DC's Big Men

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

--We are keeping a close eye on tech darling Apple, as tablet numero dos rumors roll in. Thursday could be the big day and this is one stock we are keeping a close eye on. Will the tablet fall far from the tree?

--And we are breaking down auto sales numbers. GM, Ford and Toyota all made big news last year, from IPOs to pedals to a soaring stock price. How'd they fare in February? Find out Tuesday morning.

--From cars to inside the hood…auto parts distributing company Autozone is reporting numbers before the bell Tuesday. An analyst has been saying buy buy buy since 1999, and the stock has been up almost 1,000 percent since then. Impressive run, but can it drive higher? Find out from the analyst. And, if Autozone speeding up the charts, how about its competitors, Advance Auto Parts and The Pep Boys?

--Then, Washington's two biggest money men hit the Hill – Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner testifies on the mortgage finance reform and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies on the economy. Can Bernanke do anything to fix the unemployment situation? Share your opinion.

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