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LeBoeuf would swing by the local H&R Block office, pay $150 and end up with a refund. The 32- year-old from Providence, Rhode Island paid $470 this year to a professional tax preparer, and her refund got eaten up by the taxes on her side gig income. "There are a lot of people out there who are starting to realize they don't have it all together," says Robert Wheeler, who runs...
On CNBC's "Fast Money," as part of their madness challenge, the traders debate some of the best tech plays right now.
April 6- A federal judge has thrown out an antitrust lawsuit accusing major Hollywood animation studios of trying to drive down animators' wages through an illegal anti-poaching conspiracy. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California said the four-year statute of limitations ran out long before the animators in September sued Walt Disney Co and its...
On CNBC's "Fast Money," as part of their Madness challenge, the traders debate Cisco vs. Apple.
On CNBC's "Fast Money," as part of their Madness challenge, the traders debate Paychex vs. Intuit.
On CNBC's "Fast Money," as part of their Madness challenge, the traders debate Intuit vs. Western Union.
UBS senior analyst Brent Thill says some hot tech names look good on the surface but could see slippery roads ahead.
Many investors see big exporting industrials as having the most to lose as the U.S. dollar surges. They're wrong.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Shane MacDougall, former Intuit employee, speaks on his experience of tax filing and cyber fraud. CNBC's Tyler Mathisen and Eamon Javers weigh in. The company says his allegations are flat out wrong.
D.C. insiders say foot-dragging by some Silicon Valley firms is making it harder to protect American companies from cyberattacks in real time.
A judge has tentatively approved a $415 million settlement in a class action suit employee poaching suit. Re/code reports.
U.S. judge grants preliminary approval to $415 million class action settlement over no-poach allegations against Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 2- A U.S. judge on Monday seemed satisfied with a proposed $415 million settlement that would end a lawsuit in which tech workers accused Apple Inc, Google Inc and two other Silicon Valley companies of conspiring to hold down salaries. The plaintiffs alleged that Apple, Google, Intel Corp and Adobe Systems Inc agreed to avoid poaching each...
SAN FRANCISCO, March 2- Workers accusing Apple, Google and two other Silicon Valley companies of conspiring to hold down salaries will try on Monday to win approval of a $415 million settlement from a U.S. judge who rejected an earlier deal as too low. The plaintiffs alleged that Apple Inc, Google Inc, Intel Corp and Adobe Systems Inc agreed to avoid poaching each...
NEW YORK, Feb 20- The Dow and S&P 500 ended at record highs on Friday while the Nasdaq notched an eighth straight day of gains after Greek and euro zone finance ministers reached a deal to extend heavily indebted Greece's financial rescue by four months. The agreement removes the immediate risk of Greece running out of money next month and possibly being forced...
NEW YORK, Feb 20- U.S. stocks rose on Friday in a relief rally after Greece and euro zone finance ministers reached a deal to extend heavily indebted Greece's financial rescue by four months. News of the agreement, which removes the immediate risk of Greece running out of money next month and possibly being forced out of the single currency area, lifted U.S. indexes...
NEW YORK, Feb 20- U.S. stocks edged higher on Friday after euro zone finance ministers and Greece drafted an agreement that may form the basis for a financial rescue package for Greece. Investors have been waiting for signs of progress in negotiations over the Greece debt situation, and the uncertainty has triggered caution among market participants.
Stolen information used in fraudulent tax returns filed through TurboTax was obtained outside Intuit's system, CEO Brad Smith tells CNBC.
Intuit reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss due to a strong demand for TurboTax. Intuit CEO Brad Smith discusses security processes at the company, and the transition to cloud.