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Intuit launches QuickBooks Capital, a small business lending service powered by AI

Intuit, the company behind products like QuickBooks and TurboTax, is getting into the small business lending space. With QuickBooks Capital, QuickBooks users can now get access to small business loans up to about $35,000 for up to six months right from inside their bookkeeping software. 696 more words

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Automation: Profitability on Auto-Pilot

Roughly half of all business payments rely on checks (NACHA).

Which means that as a business owner you’re doing an awful lot of waiting… 501 more words

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Intuit's Turbo wants to help you better understand your financial health

Few companies have more data about the financial health of individuals in the U.S. than Intuit, thanks to its TurboTax, Mint and QuickBooks tools. For the longest time, though, the company didn’t bring these tools together. 721 more words

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How Intuit's CEO Keeps a Mature Software Company Reinventing Itself

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The line about it being hard to teach an old dog new tricks is enduring aphorism for a good reason: It’s true. 283 more words

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Data Sheet—Intuit CEO's Radical Transparency

The line about it being hard to teach an old dog new tricks is enduring aphorism for a good reason: It’s true.

That’s what makes Geoff Colvin’s new… 291 more words

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We Found 50 Companies Poised for Breakout Growth

In the summer of 2016, Intuit CEO Brad Smith was on a cross-country flight reading an issue of Fortune when he found himself transfixed by a particular story… 525 more words

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How Intuit Reinvents Itself

Taped to the wall outside Intuit CEO Brad Smith’s office is his unedited performance review from the board of directors. Also a personality analysis, a compendium of feedback from his executive team, and a breakdown of how he spends his time. 3,173 more words

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