NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Demand for products drives the economy. This week, TheStreet asked two CEOs where they see demand currently.
Intuit (INTU) CEO Brad Smith: "We're seeing demand happening across all of our core businesses -- the reason why we are is because even in recessionary times, the products we build are designed to put more money in your pocket."
Intuit, based in Mountain View, Calif., counts millions of small businesses as customers; it sells tax preparation software, payroll management services and a host of other financial management solutions.
|Brad Smith, the CEO of Intuit|
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