Mango Languages adds to competition in online language market

02/14/2010 | Detroit Free Press

Nearly 2,000 public libraries across the country offer free online language lessons created by Mango Languages, founded by language hobbyist Jason Teshuba. Teshuba says his company was just about out of money when competitor Rosetta Stone discontinued free online service to public libraries in 2008, paving the way for Mango Languages to take over this niche.

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