Thursday, November 20, 2008

Google deal produces 91% of Mozilla's [2007] revenue [Computerworld]

Hmm – read the full article for more details.

The Mozilla Foundation's revenue was up 13% in 2007 over the year before, as the organization continued to profit from its partnership with search giant Google Inc., Mozilla's chairman said today.

"Our revenue remains strong; our expenses focused," said Mitchell Baker, Mozilla's current chairman and the former CEO of Mozilla Corp., in a post to her blog.

On a related note, see CNet’s Mozilla Chairman Unfazed by Google Chrome

Google deal produces 91% of Mozilla's revenue

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