‘Great’ Tax Season Drives Intuit Earnings Beat
The company's DIY tax prep software was particularly strong in the third quarter, with TurboTax Live users more than tripling year over year.
Intuit Is Selling Its Largest Data Center
As a result of the deal, the software company, maker of Quickbooks, will incur an operating loss of as much as $85 million.
Balancing Act: CFOs Must Meld Innovation and Control
Here's why companies should look to their CFOs as "chief financial innovators."
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.
Intuit Launches Small-Business Loan Service
The software company is aiming to leverage the data it collects from QuickBooks to make working-capital loans of up to $35,000.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Aug. 25
T. Rowe Price, J. Crew, Intuit, Symetra Financial, Brinker, Merrimack Pharmaceuticals, Dean Foods, Analog Devices, PS Business Parks, Photronics
UK Tech Giant Sage to Buy Intacct for $850M
The deal will boost Sage's cloud-based financial management offerings as it faces increasing competition for small business customers.
Twitter Names Wall Street Vet Ned Segal as CEO
“Key question: Can Segal help Twitter tell a more convincing story to investors?”
How Millennials Can Find Work with a Purpose in Finance
Is it realistic or fair for someone to expect to do meaningful work from their first day?
Growing Globally From Local Beginnings
For a company of any size looking to grow outside its borders, a global strategy is important to get right.
How Starting At Zero Can Really Add Up
"We see a free product offering as a solid component of our financial strategy," writes Intuit CFO Neil Williams.