Intuit-Credit Karma deal's impact on market concentration likely under scrutiny

Intuit's proposed buyout of Credit Karma is likely drawing close scrutiny from the Department of Justice because the market for digital do-it-yourself tax software is already highly concentrated. The deal also...

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