Business Week writes Intuit has been a hearty survivor in the desktop-software world by building a popular portfolio of core brands: Quicken for personal finance, QuickBooks for small-business finances, and TurboTax for income-tax filing. The competitively priced, easy-to-use software is the leader in each of those three markets. But such dominance also means slowing growth rates, and the formerly high-flying outfit is staring down the barrel of its first-ever year of single-digit revenue growth. (full story)
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