Firefox Made $56 Million in 2006 from Google

Oct 26, 2007 • 9:09 am | comments (1) by twitter | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

Mitchell Baker, the chief executive of Mozilla Corporation, has blogged that Mozilla's 2006 revenues were $66 million, mostly (85%) from Google:

Mozilla's revenues (including both Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Corporation) for 2006 were $66,840,850, up approximately 26% from 2005 revenue of $52,906,602. As in 2005 the vast majority of this revenue is associated with the search functionality in Mozilla Firefox, and the majority of that is from Google.

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Comments:

Robert

10/29/2007 02:53 pm

Google won't buy Mozilla. It's a lot easier to get away with monopolies when you appear to be multiple companies rather than just a single entity.

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