Intuit is giving a Web 2.0 makeover to Quicken, its franchise desktop personal accounting brand.Last week, accounting and business software behemoth Intuit (INTU) rolled out the latest riff on its personal accounting and small-business package, Quicken 2011 (Starter Edition, $30; Premier Edition, $90). Intuit has been feeling the personal finance pressure of late. American Express (AXP - Get Report), Citi (C - Get Report) and JPMorgan Chase (JPM - Get Report) -- not to mention startups such as SmartyPig, Foonance and Geezeo -- now offer spiffy personal finance and accounting tools for little or nothing.
Intuit Makes Quicken Minty Fresh for Web 2.0
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