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What's On: Storm Damage, Tom Brady, CEOs Galore and the Queen

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

--We're going to look at the impact the storms in the South had on business in the region. Several major employers are hurting. We'll talk live with a reporter of the business section at the Birmingham News and get a first-hand report on just how bad the damage is.

--Also, the CEOs of several companies with soaring stock prices. On the list: the CEO of KLA-Tencor, Qlik Technologies and Ancestry.com.

--Plus, the New England Patriot's Tom Brady will be with us. He's the lead plaintiff in the suit against the National Football League. See where we stand as we get closer to training camp.

--We're also watching quarterly reports from three Dow components: Caterpillar, Chevron and Merck.

--And do you like superheroes? It's going to be a big summer for you at the movies ... or maybe it'll be a bust. Beware of kryptonite. A lot of companies have a lot of money on the line, we'll speak with one top analyst on the sector who rarely speaks to the media to see what he thinks, that includes a special look at Disney.

--Andm on the day of the big royal wedding we want to know if you think Queen Elizabeth is worthy of her $83 million allowance? The royals do actually bring a lot of tourism money to the United Kingdom, but is it worth it? Share your opinion.

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