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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.
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.
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.
Yesterday, Google finally took its Android patent battle to the streets in a blog post by chief legal officer David Drummond that named Apple and Microsoft as co-conspirators. Microsoft’s response, which came in the form of just two tweets last night, is sort of hilarious.