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What's On: Social Media IPO and Undervalued Financials

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

--LinkedIn's big IPO. The stock will trade under the ticker LNKD. We have the CEO.

--The Street Poll asks which social media network is the best investment. On the list: LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Share your opinion.

Gap reports numbers Thursday evening. We'll help you get ahead of that trade.

--We're also talking about the financials after Morgan Stanley's CEO said the sector appears to be undervalued. Is he right or is he talking his book? We'll talk about Cititgroup, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs as well.

Then forget about "too big to fail." We're talking about being "too big to manage." Have companies like Cisco and Hewlett-Packard grown too large? Are companies like Juniper and Aruba Networks better bets?

Lots of questions, lots of answers, lots of fun.


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