Intuit, Inc.

Case Solution

William E. Fruhan
Harvard Business School ()

Merging two computer software companies with fast-growing, non-overlapping products is strategically very sensible, but it raises difficult valuation and accounting issues. How can a company pay $ 225 million to acquire another company with negligible continuing income that promises an immediate one-time charge of $ 150 million, including $ 65 million in depreciation over the five years that intangible assets will follow?

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