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Operating expenses decrease 20% year-over-year; Lexia posts strong double-digit revenue growth; Company receives initial payment from previously announced strategic partnership with SOURCENEXT in Japan
Software Giants Double Down on Partnership to Tear Down Language Barriers with Product Innovations for All Types of Language Learners
Newly Launched Language-Learning Program Also Nominated for International Webby Award
ESL Students Making Great Strides Using Digital Learning Programs from Rosetta Stone to Develop English Reading, Writing and Speaking Skills
Ross Stores, Burlington Stores and TJX are all well positioned in a rocky time for retail.
Nearly 60 percent of managers cited improved customer feedback as the area most impacted by employees participating in language learning programs
External Evaluators Also Find Lexia's Blended Learning Program to be the Only State-Approved Literacy Offering to Demonstrate a Positive Effect on First Grade Reading Levels
Proliferation of New Educational Technology Products Raises Question of Which Features Support and Spur an Inherent Love of Learning
Innovative New Language Program Aimed at Getting Learners Talking Immediately
20-Year Japanese Software Pioneer to Expand Rosetta Stone's Language-Learning Offerings and Marketplace Reach
Company delivers over 50% improvement in fourth quarter net loss, EPS; Lexia Learning posts double-digit growth; reaches exclusive license agreement for Japan marketplace
The week ending March 8 saw a net $2.7 billion come out of high yield mutual and exchange traded funds.
Looking at options trading activity among components of the Russell 3000 index, there is noteworthy activity today in Rosetta Stone, Inc. , where a total volume of 2,579 contracts has been traded thus far today, a contract volume which is representative of approximately 257,900 underlying shares (given that every 1 contract represents 100 underlying shares).
School leaders select personalized literacy instruction tool as a top educational product
Boone County Schools expands its digital world language program to 10,500 students this fall
Jim Cramer picks the winners and losers after retailers report results.
Clarksville-Montgomery County School System makes world languages available to military and ELL families through digital access program
Literacy software provider earns three platinum Readers' Choice awards for Most Valuable Technology, Best Reading Program and Best Personalized Learning Tool
Nixa Public Schools makes language learning available to grades 2-6 through digital program