Paul Musselman, formerly of Intel Capital and IBM's corporate development team, takes the top role at the language learning start-up, which spun off from Carnegie Mellon University.

Carnegie Speech, a language learning company, has appointed Paul Musselman, once of Intel Capital and IBM’s corporate development team, as its chief executive. The company also raised $3.4m. Carnegie Speech uses speech recognition and artificial intelligence technologies licensed from Carnegie Mellon University. The company’s series A-2 financing raised $2.2m in 2009, with the company announcing…

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