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What's On: Correction Protection, Wells Fargo CEO, Apple's iPad2

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

--The CEO of Wells Fargo, John Stumpf. Mary Thompson grabbed the exclusive. Watch the full wide ranging interview that'll really shed some light on the American financial sector.

--Plus Apple's new iPad2. We'll take a look back at Apple stock on days of big launches to see how the stock fared, to see if you should make a bet on the stock, today.

--Plus a little correction protection for your portfolio. We've been studying the gold sector, stocks like Randgold. Plus cheap eat stocks, we're talking about McDonald's. It was about the only winner in Thursday's rough session for the bulls.

--Key data is out regarding the state of the American consumer, we'll have it for you at 9:55am eastern, the minute it comes out along with instant market reaction.

--And we're talking about how robots and computer software are chipping away at the white collar workforce. Fewer attorneys are needed, fewer doctors, fewer insurance executives. We're talking about who's hurting and about the future for some elite professions. The Street Poll asks if you're nervous a computer or robot could one day replace you. Share your opinion, and watch the big show at 9am eastern live from the New York Stock Exchange.

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