Duolingo, which makes a mobile app that helps users learn languages, has filed to go public in New York. The move comes after the company saw increased demand for learning languages during the Covid-19 pandemic. The company, which was founded in 2011 by two engineers, said its revenue was $161.7 million in 2020, up 129% when compared with a year earlier, according to its regulatory filing....
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Here’s a question: How long can someone stay as CEO of a company when the owner of that company is publicly repudiating what they’re saying? Take Linda Yaccarino, CEO of X, previously known as Twitter. On Wednesday, Elon Musk confirmed a report in The Information about layoffs at X’s election integrity team—Musk even went further than what we reported, saying the team was “gone.” Yet in an...
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