Mountain View, Calif. (Aug. 22, 2003) -- Buoyed by growth in its accounting and small-business applications, software maker Intuit Inc. narrowed its loss for the fourth quarter and posted revenue gains of 31 percent for the quarter and 26 percent for the year.
The company attributed the growth to strong performance in its QuickBooks, Small Business Services, TurboTax and Professional Accounting Solutions, as well as acquisitions.
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