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Mozilla earned $78.6 million in 2008

Nov 23, 2009, 12:33 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Sean Michael Kerner)

"Revenue at Mozilla was reported at $78.6 for 2008 which is a 5 percent increase over the $75.1 million reported in 2007. The revenue growth rate appears to have slowed somewhat in my opinion. Back in 2005, Mozilla's revenues were only $53 million.

"As has been the case over the last several year the bulk of Mozilla's revenue is driven by search revenues generated from Firefox by Google, Yahoo, Amazon and eBay. So whenever you search using the default start page in Firefox, you're actually helping to support Mozilla.

"Digging deeper into Mozilla's financial report shows some other interesting tidbits of information."

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