Russia Hack Targeted Specific Microsoft Customers
The company says the hackers' malware attack enabled them to select more than 40 customers for "narrower and more focused" measures.
Microsoft Unveils Plan to Go ‘Carbon Negative’
"When it comes to carbon, neutrality is not enough," Microsoft says in announcing it will remove more carbon from the atmosphere than it emits by 2030.
QuickBooks Online Powers Intuit Sales Surge
QBO subscribers rose 170,000 to 2.55 million in Q1 as Intuit capitalized on increased small business usage of the cloud.
Microsoft Sues Over Feds’ Secret Data Searches
The suit seeking to overturn a 1986 law aligns Microsoft with the tech industry in a high-stakes battle over privacy rights.
Intuit CFO: A Difficult Message Calls for Special Delivery
When things go wrong, the natural reaction is to hide from investors. Don't, says Neil Williams, CFO of accounting software developer Intuit.