Who needs translators when you have the Rosetta Stone? Founded in 1991, Rosetta Stone provides language-learning software via CD-ROM and online subscriptions. The company's Rosetta Stone Language Library combines images, text, and audio, without the traditional translation or grammar explanations, to mimic the way children learn their native languages. With consumer and institutional customers in more than 150 countries Rosetta Stone offers software for about 30 languages. Its products are available through direct sales channels and at selected retailers such as
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