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What's On: B&G Foods CEO, Big Caps and Cell Phones

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

--The CEO of B&G Foods on how commodity prices are impacting his stock.

--It is Widely Held Wednesday and that means we're talking about the biggest of the big cappers. On the list: Citigroup, Bank of America, Caterpillar, Microsoft and Home Depot.

--We're also talking about the cell phone industry in the wake of a new report from the World Health Organization saying cell phones could cause cancer. We'll see how it impacts Nokia, Apple, Verizon and AT&T.

--The Street Poll asks if you're at all nervous about your cell phone giving you cancer? Share your opinion.

--Also on the big show, one of Europe's most powerful moneymen, Olli Rehn. We also have the CEO of Rolls Royce. Did you know you could buy rain futures? See why you'd want to. Watch Squawk on the Street, 9am Wednesday on CNBC.


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