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What's On: LinkedIn, Intuit, Cotton and Darling International

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

--Much more on LinkedIn's big opening. Is the stock a buy or a sell? Is there a bubble for social networking sites? Plus a look at recent IPO losers and the next batch of companies to go public.

Do you believe social networking sites are a bubble? Share your opinion.

--We'll also have the CEO of Intuit on the big show. The stock is flat in the last three months. Find out about the CEO's plan.

--We also have the CEO of a company named Darling International. Their business model: re-using animal parts. It's going to be a fun one.

--Plus, following the cotton supply chain from from the field to the store. See which companies are profiting as cotton keeps failing. We're talking about stocks like Target, Bed Bath & Beyond and Macy's.


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