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What's On: The Jobs Report, Big Caps, Food Stocks and Tech

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

--The big number. The jobs report. Investors will react. The markets will move. And we'll cover it very closely.

We'll pay especially close attention to some of the big cap stocks including Bank of America, Citigroup and JP Morgan Chase.

--The tech stocks will also be on our radar, that includes Microsoft and Apple.

--Then there's spam. Hormel hit all time highs today but it's getting a downgrade. What's it mean for the rest of the food stocks? Find out.

--Plus, we found an analyst who says Pandora and LinkedIn are not bubble stocks. Instead, they're due for a big boom. The Dow Jones Transports are on a real roll. On our list: stocks like CSX, Union Pacific and YRC Worldwide.

--And, with such a big focus on jobs, the Street Poll asks how you feel about your boss. Is your boss good, OK, or do you HATE your boss? Share your opinion, and while you're at it, share your worst boss story by using the comments section under the poll or emailing us: sots@cnbc.com.


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