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What: Shares of Intuit
So what: The maker of personal finance and tax preparation software said Q4 revenue rose 10%, to $593 million, enough to transform last year's $0.05-per-share loss into a $0.02-a-share gain on an adjusted basis. Analysts were expecting a breakeven quarter on $583.1 million in revenue, according to data compiled by Yahoo! Finance.
Now what: Unfortunately, early enthusiasm for those numbers hasn't held, and the stock is up just 7% as of this writing. A broad tech sell-off touched off by Hewlett-Packard's
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