2 Tech Titans Betting on a Turnaround

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The following video is part of our nationally syndicated Motley Fool Money radio show, with host Chris Hill talking with Ron Gross, James Early, and Joe Magyer. Dell announced that it's cutting $2 billion in expenses over the next three years. Meanwhile, Nokia warned that its cell-phone business is losing ground and the company will be cutting 10,000 jobs. In this segment, the guys analyze the technology landscape to determine whether Dell can reinvent itself as IBM and whether Nokia can rebound, with help from Microsoft, to take on Apple. Finally, the guys try to sort out which technology stock they'd bet on over the next five years.

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