Friday's TV Talkers

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CNBC Guests

All times EDT

7:10 a.m. Alan Hoops, CEO,

PacifiCare Health Systems

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(PHSYA)

PHSYA)

8:10 a.m. Jim Rogers,

Rogers Holdings

Is Jimmy still shorting bonds? That would be a painful call. But nobody at

CNBC

has bothered to ask him about it. Yet.

8:10 a.m. Jay Pelosky,

Morgan Stanley

8:20 a.m. Doug Schidewolf,

Smith Barney

8:50 a.m. Peter Eliades,

Stockmarket Cycles

9:10 a.m. Edward Kuntz, Chairman & CEO,

Living Centers of America

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(LCA) - Get Report

LCA)

9:10 a.m. Gene Burleson, Chairman,

GranCare

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(GC)

GC)

Chatter about the merger of GranCare and Living Centers' $1.8 billion merger.

9:33 a.m. David Horner,

Merrill Lynch

The word from Merrill's trading floor.

9:40 a.m. Jim Steel,

Refco

10:20 a.m. Edward Fruchtenbaum, President & COO,

American Greetings

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(AGREA)

AGREA)

Last chance to get that Mother's Day.

10:40 a.m. Courtney Smith,

Orbitex Management

11:20 a.m. Vince Emery, Author,

How to Grow Your Business on the Internet

11:30 a.m. Dick Weiss,

Strong Opportunity

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(SOPEX)

SOPEX)

Noon. Elizabeth MacKay,

Bear Stearns

Never returns our calls. Not that we're bitter¿

12:50 p.m. Howard Jonas, CEO

IDT

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(IDTC)

IDTC)

1:10 p.m. Diane Cimine,

Outdoor Advertising Association of America

1:40 p.m. Phyllis Katz, Author,

The Feminist Dollar, the Wise Woman's Buying Guide

3:20 p.m. Elliott Platt, Economist,

Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette

Platt, bespectacled and wise, has long been a bond bull.

4:10 p.m. David Rocker

Notorious short-seller. Manages to hang in there despite being short

America Online

(

(AOL)

AOL),

Starbucks

(

(SBUX) - Get Report

SBUX) and other high-fliers at the wrong time.

5:40 p.m. David Redden,

Sotheby's Auction House

6:00 p.m. Philip Condit, Chairman & CEO,

Boeing

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(BA) - Get Report

BA)

6:00 p.m. Dana Mead, Chairman & CEO,

Tenneco

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(TEN) - Get Report

TEN)

Wall $treet Week

Frank G. Zarb, Chairman & CEO,

National Association of Securities Dealers

He'll talk about cleaning up the Nasdaq. Ho hum.