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Which company's turnaround plan are you buying into?

As more corporates attempt to restore profitability and win back investor favor, we want to know which effort you're most convinced by.

Microsoft's new Surface Pro tablet is an attempt to gain market share in the mobile computing market as the tech giant re-positions itself as a 'devices and services' company.

Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman told CNBC on Friday that the software giant's plan to cut up to 16,000 jobs is a way to reduce inefficiencies that stem from years-old mergers and acquisitions.

Job cuts are also part of British lender Barclays' revival strategy. CEO Antony Jenkins announced earlier this month that he will cut 19,000 jobs over the next three years and form a "bad bank" of unwanted assets.

Meanwhile, General Motors surprised markets last week with a $125 million first-quarter profit as its losses in Europe narrow, despite coming under fire for a stream of vehicle recalls.

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