Accounting software provider Intuit Inc. narrowed its fiscal fourth-quarter loss from a year earlier, boosted by strong performances from its QuickBooks and Consumer Tax businesses.
For the company's 2006 fiscal year, ended July 31, Intuit saw double-digit growth in revenues and earnings per share, according to a statement from president and chief executive Steve Bennett. For fiscal 2006, profits rose 9 percent, to $417 million, and sales rose 15 percent, to $2.34 billion.
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