Second deal in as many weeks as Intuit pursues payments processor.
Avoiding "reputation risk" is a common justification for increasing security measures, protecting customers' financial information and reporting security breaches in a timely manner.
When the generics go vertical
By Art Gillis
Intuit and Microsoft have always had a taste for banking, but somehow they were missing the nuance and culture that are so important in banking. Bill Gates called bankers dinosaurs, not the ideal way to break into a club. Intuit knew how to keep the books, but it didn't know a deposit from a loan. Now Intuit solved its problem by acquiring a banking company, one that does banking the future way, electronically, not the old way, "paperbound." What struck me was the enormous ini
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What an Experience
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New E-Discovery Rules Take Effect
You have to know what information your company is storing and where it's located. And if you think it's going to be too difficult or expensive to find court-requested data, you'll need to prove it.