Looks like Intuit scooped up one Techstars startup before the startup ever had a chance to debut. The financial software company bought tax-focused tech GoodApril before the nascent team could ever demo its product.
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The move will help Mountain View, Calif-based Intuit focus on reaching small businesses and individuals with its tax-preparation software.
Personal Capital, the startup that claims to be the world’s first digital wealth management service, just raised a $25 million third funding round.
Intuit published an infographic today presenting the top cities for female entrepreneurs, as well as some interesting statistics about the state of women-owned businesses in the U.S.
American consumers are increasingly making payments electronically, while their check books gather dust. So why are businesses so behind? Bill.com wants to change that.
Dell execs hope to settle customer and partner anxiety with talk of their “big data” and cloud software products.
We caught up with Scott Cook, the billionaire founder of Intuit, to chat about how a “lean startup” mentality is still relevant at a major company.
This past month, Google Maps lost its position as the most downloaded app on Apple’s iOS store — to another Google app, YouTube.
The initiative, known as “Hire Smart,” kicks off with a free event featuring a host of speakers, including “Apprentice” winner Bill Rancic, Intuit CEO Brad Smith, and LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner.
It’s clear that tablets are making a huge impact in businesses, but who’s taking advantage of them first?
Editor’s Pick Here’s the brief tech companies filed with the Supreme Court — and the exact reason these business say they do support same-sex marriage.
Editor’s Pick I called on the serial entrepreneur and father of the “Lean startup” movement for a dose of perspective.
Apple is one of a list of companies accused of agreeing not to recruit each other’s employees.
Intuit is turning vast volumes of data about small business finances into tools to help its customers save time and money.
Yahoo grabbed PayPal co-founder and Evernote director Max Levchin for its own board, but loses two of its existing members. Yahoo now has a total of 11 on its board.
Bennett Blank, Intuit’s innovation lead, believes that large businesses have a lot to learn from startups.
It’s not just about daily deals anymore: Soon you may be using Groupon’s new iPad register service Breadcrumb to check out of restaurants.
Editor’s Pick We all have regrets, but they don’t typically involve blowing billions of dollars.
FreshBooks launched an iPhone app today so businesses can balance their books on the go.
Inuit says 53 percent of companies “reinvented their business” to survive since 2010. The pivot is a buzz word in Silicon Valley, but may be one of the smartest moves an entrepreneur can make.
Small business payment management service ZenCash launches Monday, hoping to help startups and freelancers get paid on time.
The commemorative ticket stub that many cherish as a reminder of when they rocked out to Van Halen in concert may soon be relic if Event Farm has any say in the matter.
Mobile payments are on the rise, but what about when a small merchant needs to make a payment? Intuit is releasing its own debit card, tethered to its mobile payments service GoPayment to help business owners keep the cash organized.
We just can’t give enough love to mobile payments as we watch the world move from cash to credit to cardless. Intuit is feeling the evolution too and created an infographic to explain just how much mobile payments are growing and where they’ll be in 2015.
After stirring up controversy with its support of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), the Business Software Alliance (BSA) — an industry trade group that counts the likes of Apple, Microsoft, and 27 other tech companies among its members — now says that the controversial bill “needs work” before it can be passed.
While many tech companies have been vocal about their disdain for the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) — a bill that is making the rounds on Capitol Hill and that could lead to unforeseen censorship on the web if passed — others like Microsoft and Apple have been mum on the subject.
Intuit-owned personal finance service Mint.com has finally launched an application for Apple’s iPad, which will help users who prefer the interactivity of tablets for tracking and analyzing their spending habits.