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The president of $20 billion Stripe explains the three-pronged master plan as it opens a new service for small business loans
Stripe is perhaps best known as a payments processor, but it's getting into the moneylending business with Stripe Capital.
I’ve been using Mint for 3 years to track my spending and visualize my budget — here’s what it’s like to use the personal...
After three years of using Intuit's Mint app, I can say it's saved me time and helped me stay on top of my finances.
Brad Smith, the CEO of $54 billion Intuit, is stepping down after an impressive 11 year run at the company
Sasan Goodarzi, a 14 year veteran of Intuit, will replace Brad Smith as CEO at the end of the year.
San Francisco’s housing market is so out of control, 60% of tech workers say they can’t afford homes
The San Francisco Bay Area's housing market is so bleak, even tech workers are struggling to buy homes. A survey by Blind found that 59% of employees at Bay Area tech companies said they cannot afford to purchase a house.
Snap CEO and Snapchat creator Evan Spiegel is one of the youngest billionaires in the world and leading one of the hottest companies in tech. Plus, he's married to model Miranda Kerr and has a brand-new baby. Here's how he got his start.
Tech companies are known for showering their employees with sweet perks like free food. Now, thanks to Starship Technologies, tiny self-driving robots have started delivering lunches and other supplies to tech workers in Silicon Valley, bringing convenience and flexibility to already spoiled employees.
TurboTax offers a free online tax filing service for eligible taxpayers. Here's how it works.
An Idaho founder turned an annoying time-tracking problem into a $340 million acquisition from QuickBooks owner Intuit
TSheets was formed in 2006 when its co-founder needed a better tool for time tracking at another company.
Late Silicon Valley 'coach' Bill Campbell encouraged his colleagues to think about the true definition of leadership.
Making a $40 million mistake earlier in his career changed the way the CEO of Intuit runs his company today
Intuit CEO Brad Smith discusses how he learned the importance of making mistakes.