Duolingo, Inc. (DUOL)
|Net Income (ttm)||-27.02M|
|Day's Range||181.90 - 202.04|
|52-Week Range||118.55 - 202.04|
|Price Target||144.33 (-27.9%)|
|Est. Earnings Date||Nov 10, 2021|
Duolingo is the leading mobile learning platform globally. Duolingo offers courses in 40 languages to approximately 40 million monthly active users. With over 500 million downloads, our flagship app has organically become the world’s most popular way to learn languages and the top-grossing app in the Education category on both Google Play and the Apple App Store. For many, Duolingo has become synonymous with language learning. We intentionally do not put our learning content behind a paywall. Anyone can download the Duolingo app, use it for a... [Read more...]
In 2020, Duolingo's revenue was $161.70 million, an increase of 128.51% compared to the previous year's $70.76 million. Losses were -$15.78 million, 16.4% more than in 2019.Financial Statements
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PITTSBURGH, Aug. 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Duolingo, Inc. (NASDAQ: DUOL), the world's leading mobile language platform, today announced financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2021.
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Duolingo Makes Public Debut on Nasdaq
Language learning platform Duolingo's stock surged more than 35 percent after the company launched its IPO on the Nasdaq Wednesday. Co-founder and CEO Luis von Ahn joined Cheddar's Closing Bell to talk ...
PITTSBURGH, July 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Duolingo, Inc. (Nasdaq: DUOL), the world's leading mobile language learning platform, will announce its results for the second quarter ending June 30, 2021 ...
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Duolingo CEO Luis von Ahn on the company's growth and public debut
Luis von Ahn, CEO of Duolingo, joins "TechCheck" ahead of the company's IPO to discuss it's outlook and the company's decision to go public.
Language-learning company Duolingo made its market debut Wednesday on the Nasdaq and is now trading under the ticker symbol “DUOL.”
(Reuters) -Language learning app Duolingo Inc's shares rose nearly 39% in their U.S. market debut on Wednesday, giving the company a valuation of $6.5 billion on a fully-diluted basis.
Duolingo, a consumer edtech company, is now more valuable per revenue-dollar than the median public enterprise SaaS business.
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Shares will begin trading at $102 each with the company hoping to raise $520 million. Duolingo is one of the oldest language learning smartphone apps out there.