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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This is “My Life’s Work,” a series about the unique life experiences that influenced the careers of tech founders and executives. Interviews have been edited and condensed for clarity. For the past decade, Samantha John, 35, and her co-founder, Jocelyn Leavitt, have been helping kids learn to code. Their app, Hopscotch, teaches children programming as they create their own...
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