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A re-engineered version of Quicken 2007 now allows the program to run in OS X Lion, despite the lack of the Rosetta translator.
Intuit is promising that its Quicken 2007 software will be updated to run in OS X Lion.
Even after Intuit acquired Mint and its executives, the company keeps bouncing the personal finance app Quicken around.
New head of Quicken at Intuit talks about company's neglect of loyal Mac customers.
Quicken 2010 is a solid finance package, especially for novices, but offers little that's substantively new.
CNET to the Rescue is going on hiatus, but before we go, we tackle Quicken's lack of love for Lion, how to deal with multiple Google accounts, how not to drop your earbuds, and more.
CNET to the Rescue is going on hiatus, but before we go, Rafe Needleman and Sharon Vaknin tackle Quicken's lack of love for Lion, how to deal with multiple Google accounts, how not to drop your earbuds, and more.
Lion's drop of PowerPC code support means Quicken 2007 users will not be able to upgrade, but new developments suggest this may be changing.
About a year after Intuit's acquisition of Mint.com, it is closing the doors on its competing product. The technological migration has been tough for the company, it acknowledges.
After three years, Intuit releases a (simplified) version of Quicken for the Mac. It's attractive and useful, but people with complex financial lives may run into walls with the product.