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Intuit has acquired document storage company Docstoc

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Intuit has acquired Docstoc, an electronic document storage company that has a wide variety of documents for businesses. It is unknown how much Docstoc was acquired for, but it is believed to be around $50 million. Docstoc will remain in Santa Monica, California for now. Docstoc  raised around $4 million in funding from Rustic Canyon Partners, Mike Jones, Scott Walchek, Brett Brewer, Robin Richards, Matt Coffin, and Crosscut Ventures.

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Intuit Inc. (INTU) Buys Online Scheduling Company FullSlate

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Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ:INTU) has bought FullSlate, an online scheduling company that allows customers to make appointments directly to websites and Facebook Pages.  The terms of the acquisition was undisclosed.
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Intuit Inc. (INTU) Buys Level Up Analytics

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Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ:INTU) has acquired Mountain View consulting firm Level Up Analytics.  Level Up is known for their data science, analytics, and big data services.  The terms of the deal were undisclosed.

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Pixar and Lucasfilm Settle Anti-Poaching Case

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subsidiaries Lucasfilm and Pixar have settled a lawsuit that involves them in being a part of a consortium of Silicon Valley companies to not poach workers from rival companies, according to a bier order released by U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh.  Judge Koh said that she received a letter from lawyers in the case disclosing that the two companies settled their part of a contested case, which leaves five companies in the litigation.

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Intuit Inc. (INTU) Sells Financial Services Division For $1.03 Billion To Focus On Tax Software

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Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ:INTU) has decided to sell their financial services division for $1.03 billion as part of a goal to focus on their tax software.  The buyer of Intuit’s financial services division is private equity company Thoma Bravo.  Intuit’s most popular software is a tax preparation program called TurboTax.
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Intuit Acquires Demandforce For $424 Million


Intuit has made an agreement to acquire Demandforce for $424 million. Demandforce is a small-business marketing company. Intuit is known as the company behind TurboTax, QuickBooks, and Quicken. Intuit will integrate Demandforce into their software-as-a-service division. Demandforce is known for offering e-mail, mobile, and social software to help small and medium sized businesses connect with customers and drive a higher retention.
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